Monday, January 21, 2013

  • Monday, January 21, 2013
  • Elder of Ziyon
The Al Qassam Brigades of Hamas has been tweeting messages of support for the Al Qaeda terrorists of Mali and against the French intervention.




And they even tweeted the MEMRI video of the radical Islamists in London calling to take over the world.

Plenty of people try to paint Hamas as being far more pragmatic and moderate than Al Qaeda. One reason, I believe, is because people simply do not want to believe that peace is impossible between Israel and its murderous neighbors. So they will cling to any hint of "moderation" and blow it out of proportion, and willfully ignore the overwhelming evidence of the truth: Hamas and Al Qaeda are virtually identical, in philosophy and in their goals of creating a worldwide Islamic caliphate..

 Hamas even admits it:



The only real difference is that Al Qaeda will attack civilian targets worldwide while Hamas confines its attacks to Israeli civilians.

When Westerners say that they want to engage Hamas, it is just as ridiculous as saying you want to negotiate with Al Qaeda.

When Fatah says that they want to unify with Hamas, they also know very well who they are making deals with - and it doesn't bother them in the least.



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