It's to laugh, it's to cry.
What part of the Hamas charter are these Jew-killers not reading? The principles of the Hamas are stated in their Covenant or Charter, given in full here. Following are highlights.
"Israel will exist and will continue to exist until Islam will obliterate it, just as it obliterated others before it." (The Martyr, Imam Hassan al-Banna, of blessed memory).
"The Islamic Resistance Movement believes that the land of Palestine is an Islamic Waqf consecrated for future Muslim generations until Judgement Day. It, or any part of it, should not be squandered: it, or any part of it, should not be given up. "
"There is no solution for the Palestinian question except through Jihad. Initiatives, proposals and international conferences are all a waste of time and vain endeavors."
"After Palestine, the Zionists aspire to expand from the Nile to the Euphrates. When they will have digested the region they overtook, they will aspire to further expansion, and so on. Their plan is embodied in the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion", and their present conduct is the best proof of what we are saying."
And can we expect our President of "57 states" to back the tiny Jewish state. Hardly likely. The "prettiest sound he ever heard was the Muslim call to pray at sunset." What's the second prettiest? Khaibar, Khaibar ya yahud?
The Hamas/Fatah "unity" government is the problem, Mistuh President. A gamechanger that Obama so conveniently ignored when, instead, he pressed for a return to "Auschwitz borders."
Am I surprised by the signers to this love letter? Uh, no. Muslim antisemitism is commanded by allah, as dictated in the quran. As for the Eurabians who signed this letter, it proves, yet again, that they learned nothing from World War II. Europe decided to rid itself of its Jews and was joined in this by the Islamic world (Hitler and Husseini). What lessons did Europe take away from the holocaust? That they were monsters and they had had to be good? No. They have faux memorials fetishizing dead Jews while preparing for holocaust II.
"Rather than being a threat" to the Jewish people, the signers wrote that the unity deal could enhance its security by helping "consolidate a hudna ceasefire." Ah yes, and "Arbeit macht frei. "
Real peace only possible 'if Hamas on board' AFP (hat tip JCB)
JERUSALEM – A lasting peace between Israel and the Palestinians is only possible if Hamas is involved, a group of former top statesmen and diplomats said in a letter made public on Friday.
In the letter, which is addressed to US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, 24 former international figures warned against the dangers of rejecting a recent Palestinian unity deal aimed at ending years of bad blood between the secular Fatah faction and Gaza's Hamas rulers.
Israel slammed the deal as a "great victory for terrorism" in a move which found echoes in Washington, with US President Barack Obama describing it as "an enormous obstacle to peace."
But the letter argued that lasting peace would only be possible with a unified Palestinian leadership, which made reconciliation "a prerequisite" for ending the conflict.
"Reconciliation is... a prerequisite for achieving the two-state solution. It is not an obstacle to it," it said, taking aim at remarks by Israel's premier Benjamin Netanyahu in which he urged Palestinian president and Fatah leader Mahmud Abbas to chose between peace with Hamas or peace with Israel.
"Asking Fatah to choose between making peace with Hamas and making peace with Israel presents a false choice: a lasting peace with Israel is only possible if Hamas is on board," it said.
"As former international leaders and peace negotiators, we have learnt first-hand that achieving a durable peace requires an inclusive approach."
Under terms of the deal signed in early May, the two factions will work together to form a caretaker government of politically independent figures who will govern until elections can be held at some point before May 2012.
It was "imperative" that Washington and Brussels "constructively engage with the transitional government as well as with the Palestinian leadership that results from elections next year," they wrote, warning that failure to do so could have far-reaching consequences.
It warned against repeating past mistakes, recalling a decision by Washington and Brussels to boycott Hamas politically and financially after it secured a surprise victory in legislative elections in 2006.
"In hindsight, those policies were a major setback for the peace process," it said.
"If Palestinian reconciliation is undermined, it will throw the Israeli-Palestinian conflict into an even deeper impasse, with dramatic consequences for all parties and the international community at large."
Rather than being a threat to Israel, the unity deal could enhance its security by helping "consolidate a ceasefire" along the Gaza border, and even help towards securing the release of Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit who was captured by Gaza militants in 2006 and is still being held there.
Gilad Shalit was supposed to be released after Resolution 1701 was passed at the UN in August 2006. In exchange for a ceasefire in the Islamic/Israel war in the summer of 2006, kidnapped Jewish soldiers were to be freed. The Muslims are incapable of keeping their word. It is always a tactic to say something to get something, and then they spit in the face of the kuffar.
Among the signatories are four former EU prime ministers, including Italy's Massimo D'Alema and Denmark's Poul Nyrup Rasmussen, and 11 ex-foreign ministers, including Hubert Vedrine of France and Gareth Evans of Australia.