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Gaza’s ruling Hamas has criticized a Palestinian official for visiting a memorial at the Nazi death camp of Auschwitz and paying respects to its 1.5 million victims there, most of them Jews. Hamas member Fawzi Barhoum, expressing the Islamic terror group’s position, claimed Wednesday that the Holocaust “is a big lie.”

Lovely people – give them a State, right?

Hat-tip to @JeremyJacobs

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5 thoughts on “THE GENTLE SIDE OF HAMAS…

  1. And they wonder why that they don’t have more international support.

    It’s not just Hamas that thinks this way, either. Not by a long shot.

  2. Well, these people got a state:

    http://www.lebanonwire.com/1005/05102901WSWS.asp

    October 29, 2005
    Lebanonwire

    German TV exposes CIA, Mossad links to 1986 Berlin disco bombing
    By a German correspondent, 27 August 1998
    “…. At this point another man was brought into the case, who, according to Frontal, “was obviously supposed to be spared by the prosecution until then.” On September 9, 1996, the very day the Berlin judge threatened to release Chraidi, Berlin public prosecutor Detlev Mehlis, Berlin police inspector Uwe Wilhelms and a Mr. Winterstein of the German Federal Intelligence Service (BND) met Musbah Eter in the Mediterranean island state of Malta.”

    A documentary broadcast August 25, 1998, by German public television presents compelling evidence that some of the main suspects in the 1986 Berlin disco bombing, the event that provided the pretext for a US air assault on Libya, worked for American and Israeli intelligence. –

  3. No Phantom – ZDF (Zweite Deutsche Fernsehung), a German TV Channel. Lebanonwire simply reported the broadcast because none of the ‘mainstream’ would do so. Nor is it ‘confirmed’ nor ‘proven’, but there is evidence which runs contrary to the corporate narrative. The Mossad set-up is claimed by Victor Ostrovsky in his book By Way of Deception (so shall one wage war – Mossad’s motto). Ostrovsky wrote that:

    “Operation Trojan was one of the Mossad’s greatest successes. It brought about the air strike on Libya that President Reagan had promised – a strike that had three important consequences. First, it derailed a deal for the release of the American hostages in Lebanon, thus preserving the Hizballah (Party of God) as the number one enemy in the eyes of the West. Second, it sent a message to the entire Arab world, telling them exactly where the United States stood regarding the Arab-Israeli conflict. Third, it boosted the Mossad’s image of itself, since it was they who, by ingenious sleight of hand, had prodded the United States to do what was right. It was only the French who didn’t buy into the Mossad trick and were determined not to ally themselves with the aggressive American act. The French refused to allow the American bombers to fly over their territory on their way to attack Libya.”

    – By Way of Deception is the explosive chronicle of Ostrovsky’s experiences in the Mossad, and of two decades of their frightening and often ruthless covert activities around the world. Penetrating far deeper than the bestselling Every Spy a Prince, it is an insider’s account of Mossad tactics and exploits. In chilling detail, Ostrovsky asserts that the Mossad refused to share critical knowledge of a planned suicide mission in Beirut, leading to the death of hundreds of U.S. Marines and French troops. He tells how they tracked Yasser Arafat by recruiting his driver and bodyguard; how they withheld information on the whereabouts of American hostages, paving the way for the Iran-Contra scandal; and how their intervention into secret UN negotiations led to the sudden resignation of ambassador Andrew Young and the downfall of his career. By Way of Deception describes the shocking scope and depth of the Mossad’s influence, disclosing how Jewish communities in the U.S., Europe, and South America are armed and trained by the organization in secret self-defense units, and how Mossad agents facilitate the drug trade in order to pay the enormous costs of its far-flung, clandestine operation. And it portrays a network that has grown dangerously out of control, as internal squabbles have led to the escape of terrorists and the pursuit of policies completely at odds with the interests of the state of Israel. This document is possibly the most important and controversial book of its kind since Spycatcher. –

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