THE COVENANT OF THE HAMAS - MAIN POINTSCondemnation of the Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty:
'Egypt was, to a great extent, removed from the circle of struggle
[against Zionism] through the treacherous Camp David Agreement. The
Zionists are trying to draw other Arab countries into similar
agreements in order to bring them outside the circle of struggle.
...Leaving the circle of struggle against Zionism is high treason,
and cursed be he who perpetrates such an act.' (Article 32)
For example when the Rafah crossing was breached last January it was Israel and not Egypt who moved swiftly to ensure it was resealed. Fuel, medicine and electricity are all controlled by Israel, Gaza was of course virtually annexed by Israel for over 30 years, during that time very little of Gaza's resources came from Egypt. A few years later that is unsurprisingly still the case.
We all live under the same sky, but we don't all have the same horizon
Israel cannot force Egypt to blockade Gaza, and Israel cannot affect the severity of the Egyptian side of the blocakde; if Egypt were to choose to end the blockade on Gaza, the humanitarian crisis you so happily whine about would not exist.
Tell me:For example when the Rafah crossing was breached last January it was Israel and not Egypt who moved swiftly to ensure it was resealed
How does Israel seal a border crossing between Gaza and Egypt?
According to you, it is the blockade.Hamas have been very clear as to their reasons for ending the cease-fire
And so, I ask again:
Where are the rocket attacks on Egypt?
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Source: Independent UKEgyptians seal border with Gaza
By Karin Laub, Associated Press Writer
Monday, 4 February 2008
Gaza's 1.5 million Palestinians were trapped behind their closed borders again after tasting freedom for 12 days, when Egyptian forces sealed the last of the breaks in the Gaza-Egypt barrier broken down by Hamas militants.
Egypt warned Hamas against trying to open the border by force again, as it did on Jan. 23. "Egypt is a respected state. Its border cannot be breached and its soldiers should not be lobbed with stones," said Suleiman Awwad, spokesman for Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
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To show their peaceful intentions, the Palestinians tore down any building inhabited by Jews and started firing rockets into Israel. They signed a cease fire in which they continually defied it, and then when all the chips were down, they decided to NOT renew the cease fire and started indiscriminately firing missiles at innocent civilians.
Israel, as I see it, is desperate for peace but also desperate for some form of security which that vaunted organization the United Nations refuses to provide. You will never see peace as long as terrorist organizations like Hammas have a say in the process. Peace does not serve their despicable purpose of attempting to play the victim card forever to get donations and money, and commit atrocities with the intent of destroying the Israeli State.
Peace can be had tomorrow if the Palestinian people truly wanted it. Unfortunately, and thanks to their own profound ignorance, they do not seek peace and prefer to engage in the same tired old despicable tactics of indiscriminate killing of Jews and Westerners in their Jihad of ignorance.
One can only wonder how anyone who has a high school education can defend the atrocities of the Palestinian terrorists and attempt to point the finger at Israel; a tiny strip of land smaller than Rhode Island surrounded by a vast area controlled by Arabs.
Carry on; denial leads to ignorance, don't do denial.
And why were the Palestinians attacking Israel?
Repeat 1000000000 times.
But what would stop the cycle of violence?
If the Palestinians recognized Israel's right to exist in peace.
Then it all stops.
Otherwise it keeps going.
And if the Palestinians keep getting the worst of these exchanges maybe they will one day wish to stop the violence.
But by now that has become more difficult because the Palestinians have grown to be like bloodied, punch drunk Jake LaMotta-esque boxers who love the blood and are numbed by the pain and in order to beat them you must almost completely kill them.
But as I've said before, I believe this is a twin gambit.
The other is Iran.