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Don't Gobble the Zionist Poison Against HamasNahida Izzat Salem-News.com
The events in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Jordan and perhaps beyond, indicate the logical, natural and organic consequence of the Western aggression...
(LONDON) - It is a known fact that Zionists make illegitimate claims for anything they covet or consider expedient.
“Israel created Hamas, and Israel continues to arm Hamas”.
“Hamas is good for Israel"
"Hamas is a fanatical terrorist organisation that has nothing else to do but the craving for Israeli weapons to use them to terrorize and kill innocent people"
and "Hamas helps Israel by giving it the excuse and the pretext to attack Palestinians” ... etc.
Such preposterous allegations are an attempt to implicate, incriminate and accuse of treason and collaboration, the honourable legitimate resistance movements of liberation of Hamas and Hizbullah, by associating them with the fundamentally criminal nature of "Israel".
Here are some examples:
Hamas is a grass-root Resistance and Liberation Movement, it's creation was a natural, organic and inevitable outcome of brutal and unremitting occupation. it emerged as an offshoot from the Islamic Revival Movement "Muslim Brotherhood", sharing its values and moral foundations
The events in Tunisia, Egypt, Yemen, Jordan and perhaps beyond, indicate the logical, natural and organic consequence of the Western aggression, namely the entire Arab world apparently taking an irreversible path of liberation from the Western oppression and control.
No wonder then, that “Israel” with its global network of Zionist organizations, are bend on smearing, and recuperating movements like Hamas, Hezbollah, the Muslim Brotherhood, etc. Fortunately it is easy to deconstruct such inept manipulations. Too often though, such lies and spin is blindly accepted, without even the most elementary scrutiny.
For example the Zionist claim to have fathered them all, Hamas, Hezbollah, Muslim Brotherhood, you name it., claim to have financed and trained them, and whatever expedient lie is concocted then added for as much as you can gobble.
In the case of Hamas, to the best of my knowledge, the story of "Mossad financed and trained Hamas" is a concoction originated in Hasbara's poison kitchen, and there is of course no serious evidence justifying this ludicrous story. The story was to be made credible through “historian” Zeev Sternell, and was to be disseminated via Hassane Zerouky, whose publications in 2002-2004 gave momentum to this concoction.
Furthermore, Zerouky's publications always omit to present Hamas as an organization who mainly engaged in charitable and social work, but instead he misrepresents it as a group who " ...had built its strength through its various acts of sabotage of the peace process" and that Hamas was bent on "to prevent the creation of a Palestinian State" and almost amusingly that "... Hamas and Ariel Sharon, see eye to eye; they are exactly on the same wave length". Any one who babble such nonsense either have no idea what they are talking about or simply are stooges of zion.
The only logical conclusion that could be drawn is that the Zionists at that point did not send its assassination squads, and did not sabotage the flow of money toward the Muslim Brotherhood-Hamas charities, because at the time, the existence of another political pole that might weaken Fatah was convenient for them. Again, by any stretch of imagination, this does not amount to "creating, financing or training" Hamas.
We are not naïve as to think that the mossad would not try to insert its eyes inside Hamas, but that by no means makes the whole legitimate movement tainted as some supporters might imply.
Vigilance against hasbara poison is essential; it protects the truth, by leaving intact and untainted honest and genuine freedom fighters. Occupied Palestine yearns for freedom, and thus needs a Liberation Movement with integrity, Hamas happen to be just that. (at least to me and to the majority of Palestinians who elected Hamas).
Friends, please be vigilant, do not fall into the trap of deception that aims at discrediting our genuine Islamic Resistance and Liberation Movement, at a time when the world has begun to open its eyes to the crimes of zion and to empathize with our just resistance.
zionists ‘get the hell out of Palestine’
~ Helen Thomas
To defeat the aggressors is not enough to make peace durable. The main thing is to discard the ideology that generates war.
~ Ludwig von Mises
Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says . . . I'll try again tomorrow.
~ Anne Henninghake
Nahida Izzat is a Jerusalem-born Palestinian refugee who has lived in exile for over forty two years, after being forced to leave her homeland at the tender age of seven in 1967, during the six-day war. She has a degree in mathematics, but art is one of her favorite pastimes. She loves hand-made things and so makes dolls, cards, and most of her own clothes. She also writes poetry, participates in written dialogues and believes in building bridges, not walls.
She started writing when her friends insisted she should write about her memories, experiences and feelings as a Palestinian.When she did it all came out sounding—she was told—like poetry! So she self-published two books: I Believe in Miracles and Palestine, The True Story.
Her dream is to return back home to a free and liberated Palestine.
If you like poetry and are intrigued by the notion of helping the Palestinian people and learning more, you can purchase Nahida's books, I Believe in Miracles and Palestine, The True Story by visiting:
I Believe in Miracles: a Collection of Palestinian Poems
ISBN 13: 9780954839109 | ISBN 10: 0954839102
£12.99 paperback Nahida Izzat (2004)
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Shalom February 18, 2011 12:14 pm (Pacific time)
Santayana was known for stating that "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." It is important what happened in the Holocaust. Yes, there were other victims, but along with the Roma, homosexuals and intellectuals, were the mentally and physically disabled, Jehovah's Witnesses and pretty much anyone who stood in Hitler's way. Do you think that no Israelis have suffered? Do you think that the victims of the PLO have not suffered? No, Israel may not always make the right decisions and it is not right that innocent civilians suffer as a result of their actions. Both Palestine and Israel have made mistakes, and I disagree that things are one-sided. There are no absolutes, there is more than one side to every story. Unfortunately, there may be no happy medium for Palestine and Israel. Palestine seems to want to see the Jews eradicated from Israel, and I am sure that as a responsible, unbiased news organization, you do not share this view. It would not be right for innocent Jewish civilians to suffer than it would be for innocent Palestinian civilians.
Editor: Salam, Here we go, Palestinian family lives in a house for 400 years. Israel' 'law' allow settlers to steal their house, a bulldozer levels it and the settler builds a subsidized apartment on top. Now the Palestinian family which had been well to do is homeless. It doesn't sound fair to me, actually very one-sided with Israel in the greed role and Palestine in the role of the victim. What exactly is causing similar problems for Israel? Right, there aren't any. So I can talk about when Israel slaughtered thousands of surrendered Egyptian soldiers during the Six Day War, or we can talk about the list of hundreds of Palestinian historic villages that have been 'wiped from the map'. No, I don't see your point. In order to find your justification you have to break out history books, I on the other hand point to YouTube. If you are troubled by this you should be, the best person simply stands for what i right for all.
Anonymous February 17, 2011 8:04 pm (Pacific time)
What about all the atrocities committed against the Jews throughout history? How can one overlook the 6 million Jews that perished in the Holocaust. Over 40 thousand Jews were liquidated in the Warsaw ghetto alone, and most were unable to fight back. Israel has adopted the tough stance they have because they have sworn never again to let themselves be victimized as they were during the Holocaust. Not everything they do is right, but the Jewish people have suffered as much as the Palestinians. Why doesn't Salem news write about that? The Palestinains should not be treated ill, but don't forget both Israelis and Palestinians have murdered each other. It is not onesided. Jewish children have died as well as Palestinian children. Both sides have suffered, and it is a pity that they can find a way to coexist in peace. This is what should be focused on.
Editor: Because it is one sided, the Palestinians are occupied and treated with extreme prejudice while there are ZERO cases of the opposite taking place. We have carried articles about the Holocaust and reference it frequently, but why don't you mention that there were hundreds of thousands of others killed like Roma, gays and academics? Are Jewish babies suffering in the Warsaw Ghetto today? Nope. Are Palestinians suffering by the hundred of thousand every day TODAY under Israel's illegal WAR CRIMES? Don't think I fail to appreciate the tragedy of the Jewish people, you will never hear me say that. But what happened then has nothing to do with today no matter how many times you or anyone else says it does. Today people are suffering because of Israel and its racism. Apartheid is a limited game. When this insane cruel occupation is over it will be likely that the Israeli people are compromised and we might have to watch out for them in that event, but they are only out of control bullies with regard to humanity right now. Salam.
Answer this February 7, 2011 9:56 am (Pacific time)
When was palestine founded and by whom ? what was its capital? why did it never have currency backed by Arab banks? why can't you name one "palestinian" leader prior to arafat?
"palestinians" are Arab and "palestine" never existed which is why none of my questions will ever be answered by you pathetic frauds.
Palestine - The name "Palestine" is the cognate of an ancient word meaning "Philistines" or "Land of the Philistines". The earliest known mention is thought to be in Ancient Egyptian texts of the temple at Medinet Habu which record a people called the P-r-s-t (conventionally Peleset) among the Sea Peoples who invaded Egypt in Ramesses III's reign. The Hebrew name Peleshet (פלשת Pəléshseth)- usually translated as Philistia in English, is used in the Bible to denote the southern coastal region that was inhabited by the Philistines to the west of the ancient Kingdom of Judah.
The All-Palestine government was declared in Gaza on 1 October 1948.
The former mufti of Jerusalem, Haj Amin al-Husseini, was appointed as president. The government was recognised by Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen, but not by Transjordan (later known as Jordan) or any non-Arab country. It was little more than an Egyptian protectorate and had negligible influence or funding. Following the 1948 Arab-Israeli War,
You can call us names but you can't defeat the truth, plenty of Jewish people moved to Palestine prior to the Holocaust and they called it 'Palestine' and that is long before Arafat. But of course you don't care about respecting them because you appear to simply be another rancid bigot. Oh, and you don't appear 100% pathetic, to the contrary your views draw no sympathy at all. Just another hateful person who wants to see the elimination of the Palestinian culture. So to answer your question, Palestine goes back to the earliest recorded time; a few hundred times longer than Israel's unsuccessful run at being a country of 63 or so measly bloody years.
From: Palestine - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Salem February 6, 2011 3:21 pm (Pacific time)
He or she who loves lies is a child of the father of lies.
He or she who loves death is a child of death.
He or she who wants to kill to achieve a goal is a child of the father of death.
Be on the side of life.
Editor: I'm glad you comprehend the dire position that the Zionists of Israel place the whole world in, don't think its lost on us.. While we prioritize the Palestinians in their quest for freedom and humanity living under Israeli occupation, we must remember that there are many good people in Israel trying to reign in their government's mayhem and madness, and they deserve credit, especially those Israelis who join in force with our brothers and sisters in Palestine. Then there are American Jews like Emily Henochowicz who traveled to Palestine to protest the Israeli Defence Forces' deadly and heavily condemned massacre of unarmed civilians aboard the Mavi Marmara. Israel's answer to her of course was a male soldier drilling her in the face at almost point blank range with a tear-gas gun. It cost Emily terrible agony and one eye, but the Palestinians took care of her. Anyway, I know what Israel does is maddening and I understand why a person assumes they are all liars and killers, but that is a harsh assessment that I don't believe you are qualified to make. There are good people in Israel, they are Jewish and not Zionist for the most part, but even the Zionists perhaps will get with the program of humanity too.
tapp February 6, 2011 1:08 pm (Pacific time)
Why does a responsible news organization publish this nonsense.
Editor: You answer your own question; because we are responsible. Nahida is one of our most talented writers and her convictions are born from a life as a Palestinian refugee - forced from her family home by Israeli military forces.. This is your opportunity to hear 'from the other side' if that is how it must be, but please take it from me that you are reading the words of an extremely sincere person and none of us choose where or when we are born. I have much more faith in a person who rises to the occasion to deliver the truth than one who toe the line. Please note that my response to you is level and there is no abusive tone and no insult.. I know it is unusual for world news readers to catch a side of this story they rarely if ever hear. We provide you that opportunity.
Tariq February 6, 2011 4:52 am (Pacific time)
Well said and beautifully argued, sister.[Return to Top]
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