Hamas Leader Khaled Mashal: We Will Not Relinquish Palestine from the River to the Sea…

On Saturday, Hamas leader Khaled Mashal gave a speech notable for its honesty. Which is to say that this IslamoNazi fully articulated the goal of Hamas: the liquidation of the Jewish state.

When Hamas or the Palestinian Authority speak of the “occupation,” they are not referring Judea and Samaria. They are speaking of the entire state of Israel. In their world vision, there is no room for compromise, no room for Jews — anywhere.


Let’s see: Mashal gives a speech in which he calls explicitly for the destruction of the Jewish state — and the world yawns.

But Jews decide to build a few apartments in Jewish neighborhoods in the Jewish state and what happens? Hillary Clinton goes ballistic, the never-useful EU condemns Israel, and Sonia Manzano, Maria from Sesame Street, Tweets that Israel is building “3,000 more settlements. Bullies.”

Hey Maria: J is for Jew-hater.

Sixty-seven years ago, America and the Allies confronted two foes, Germany and Japan, who held similar racist, eliminationist goals. America did not hesitate to carpet-bomb their industrial centers, their cities, their civilian populations.

The civilized world understood that the only way to rid the world of such malevolence was to defeat and humiliate their societies, and leave them in ashes.

It is only in this way that such evil can ever be discredited and defeated. Until then, freedom-loving people are losing in slow motion.

Today is the second day of Chanukah. Karen and I wish all our relatives and friends a happy and joyous holiday.

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  1. charliebrown
    Posted January 3, 2013 at 8:55 am | Permalink

    I’ll be silly and ask a rhetorical question here:  How many US presidents have tried to broker a peace agreement between Israel and the “Palestinians”?  Since Carter, Five.  Let’s all admit that negotiating peace is not an easy thing between parties that have been at war for a long time.
    Let’s also realize this FACT:  When the Palestinians and their allies’ #1 negotiating point is that Israel simply dies, it’s really tough; impossible.  The one and only reason there has not been a successful peace treaty is because they want all Jews dead. Thus, any “peace initiative” is a ridiculous exercize in futility.

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  2. Rahel
    Posted December 11, 2012 at 3:21 am | Permalink

    Someone needs to tell Maria of Sesame Street that she’s got it wrong. It’s 3,000 housing units, not settlements. Three thousand more discrete residential communities in Israel, Ms. Manzano? Is that what you think the Israeli government is doing? And calling us bullies for building housing in our own country? Wow.

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  3. Johnny
    Posted December 10, 2012 at 10:37 pm | Permalink

    Speaking Arabic – We Will Kill the Jews and take back our land.

    Speaking English – We are a poor peace-loving people that just want Israel to let us live in peace and need the money and support of Europeans and America to protect us from those mean Zionists that want to live in our land.

    Thus it is as it has always been from the moment of Israel’s creation. 

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  4. Posted December 10, 2012 at 12:31 pm | Permalink

    Frankly, I am amazed. Most evil-doers exist and thrive under a veil of secrecy. They pretend to be decent, reasonable people until their evil is revealed. They are the proverbial “wolf in sheep’s clothing”.  In the Arab/Persian environment, however, we see the exact opposite from their leaders. They don’t pretend to want peace with their neighbors. They explicitly tell everyone that they want to kill the Israelis and the Jews, yet no one says a damned thing about it (other than the Zionists). Has the World changed in the last 75 years? If Hitler had honestly told the World that he wanted to kill all the Jews, take over Europe and invade Russia, do you think we (the World) would have done anything differently? Are we so complacent in our daily lives that we can’t be bothered until something really monumental happens? Just curious.

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    • Barry
      Posted December 10, 2012 at 12:56 pm | Permalink

      Right on. Although, a disproptionate number of American intellectuals did not come onside until Hitler betrayed Stalin, his equally brutal ally. Still the case from the academic elite.

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      • Barry
        Posted December 10, 2012 at 3:07 pm | Permalink

        In 1946 a western called Canyon Passage was released. In the film Logan Stuart, the hero played by Dana Andrews fights the villain, Honey Bragg portrayed by Ward Bond to a stand-still. At the fight’s conclusion nearly everyone of the supporting cast asks Logan why he didn’t kill Bragg. Logan responds responsibly, had he killed his antagonist, an Indian girl would not have been raped leading to a violent consequence: settlers lives lost, the town burned and Logan, a budding entrepreneur in ruins. Question? Is Logan a thoughtful coward, afraid of responsible leadership, or a calm, decent everyman willing to act decisively only after severe and prolonged provocation? As a child I thought of Logan as symbolic of American enlightenment. No more. That he is a coward has become clear.

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