Thursday, January 21, 2010

Hamas accepts Israel's right to exist

Good news. Hopefully this will lead to peace in Palestine AND Iraq.

"Hamas has accepted Israel's right to exist and would be prepared to nullify its charter, which calls for the destruction of Israel, Aziz Dwaik, Hamas's most senior representative in the West Bank, said on Wednesday."

11 comments :

Habis said...

Good News stupid? You are so stupid. Israel has no right to exist and we will liberate all of Palestine just as we will liberate all of Iraq. The Arabs have never been conquered. Keep cheerleading stupid.

"I love America...bomb arabs..kill sunnis...occupy iraq...help israel...bomb them...kill them....starbucks...honor killings...arabjarab...arabjarab...i love america...kill them all..."

BUT.........................
I would like to wish my Christian and Jewish friends a happy and peaceful holiday season. lol

Habis said...

Have you decided if you are going to go volunteer and fight in Iraq? Still thinking stupid? It is raining and cold in So Cal. I think I will go to Starbucks.

Iraqi Mojo said...

"Israel has no right to exist and we will liberate all of Palestine just as we will liberate all of Iraq."

By bombing markets and police stations?

Israel exists, in spite of Arab nationalist fantasies. Israel's economy is relatively strong, and they receive huge grants from rich governments and rich people from all over the world, including the CEO of Starbucks. Israel has security, they are powerful and they use Palestinian labor to build homes for Jews on Palestinian land. That is reality.

Palestinians in Gaza have accepted Israel's right to exist while you puff and pontificate on your way to Starbucks in LA. And you call me stupid.

Aton said...

"The Arabs have never been conquered."
Habis

O, I see, you’re an Arab Supremacist.

Anand said...

Go Hamas! Nicely done!

kellie said...

It seems Hamas are now denying the story.

Don Cox said...

I thought Hamas would deny the story. It is too good to be true: they can't change their charter without a lot of debate. Even if they do, there will be a large minority who insist on continuing the war against Israel.

It seems almost impossible for Muslims to tolerate the existence of any other religions.

Don Cox said...

"The Arabs have never been conquered."

Not by the Turks? I seem to remember the Ottoman Empire covering a large part of what had been the Arab empire. (There is a map on Wikipedia under "Ottoman Empire".)

More recently, the French took over Algeria, the Italians conquered Libya, and the Israelis won a couple of wars against Arab alliances.

And now most of the Arab world is part of the Starbucks Empire.

Iraqi Mojo said...

The lands that are today known as the "Arab world" have been conquered at least partially by the British, the French, the Italians, the Ottoman Turks, the Greeks, the Romans, the Mongols, the Persians, and other empires.

But who are the Arabs and have they always been Arabs? Was Mesopotamia Arab until the advent of Islam? No. "Arab" is just a language that spread with Islam. If Persians had replaced Farsi with Arabic as their national language, Iran would be known as an Arab country today.

History of Empire in the Middle East

Iraqi Mojo said...

Habis, why don't Arabs bomb Palestinians who cooperate with America and Israel?

'I have a suggestion, drawn from a visit here and several days of conversations with Israeli, Palestinian and U.S. officials: Follow the lead of Salam Fayyad, the prime minister of the Palestinian Authority and the man who's largely responsible for Ramallah's turnaround. He has drawn up a plan for a two-year transition to statehood. The United States should endorse this goal, explicitly, and call for an immediate start to negotiations about the details.

"Fayyad is the only game in town, but his plan isn't sustainable without a political process," says Martin Indyk, who heads the Saban Center at the Brookings Institution and organized a three-day conference in Jerusalem to discuss U.S.-Israeli issues.

...Fayyad's biggest success story -- to the Israelis' astonishment -- has been in security. When he became prime minister in 2007, gunmen roamed the West Bank almost at will. Fayyad insisted that the government would establish a monopoly of force, and with U.S. and Israeli help, he has delivered results. The United States has funded the training of what are now more than 2,000 well-disciplined troops, with several thousand more planned by 2011. The Israelis, after initial reluctance, have given them responsibility in West Bank cities.' --David Ignatius

Why don't they bomb markets in Ramallah?

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