The Palestinians’ Genocide Rally

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And when the “Palestinian people”—the apple of the world’s eye since the 1970s—come out in force as in Gaza City last Wednesday to applaud Hamas, they know exactly who and what they’re applauding.

Is Hamas still popular today in the combined Palestinian entity of Hamas-run Gaza and the Fatah-run West Bank? Indications are that it is. Presidential (and parliamentary) elections for that combined entity have been slated for next May. Khaled Abu Toameh reports that “most Fatah leaders in the West Bank have appealed to [its president Mahmoud] Abbas to run for another term” because “He’s the only one who could defeat Hamas.”

Abbas carries seniority and a pedigree going back to his days as right-hand man of Fatah leader and arch-terrorist Yasser Arafat. His movement, today, keeps instilling the message that Israel is a usurper to be destroyed. And its top echelon is worried that Hamas, which boasts openly of its murderous toll and this year has again fired hundreds of rockets and mortars at Israel, is so popular that Abbas is the only one who stands a chance against it.

Meanwhile it’s reported that under a congressional proposal, the U.S. would keep sending economic aid to the Palestinians next year so long as they don’t seek membership in any more UN organizations. At the end of October the Palestinians were accepted into UNESCO, implying a statehood status and flouting the terms of the Israeli-Palestinian “peace process.”

A Hamas win in the May elections, however—particularly for the presidential slot—would presumably complicate any plans for continued U.S. assistance, since the U.S. (along with Canada and the EU) formally deigns Hamas a terrorist organization.

But even if the elections are scuttled or Hamas doesn’t take all the bacon, are the “Palestinian people” with their genocidal ethos a fitting destination for U.S. aid?

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  • Brujo Blanco

    We need to stop financing our terrorist enemies now. We need to stop financing the murders of Jews.

    • ProudInfidel12

      You are correct, and it's not just the Jews who need protection from these vermin. ANY infidel is at risk of attack by muslims. In parts of Africa, black Christians have been slaughtered by black/arab muslims, for years. While I know the attack on Jews is very sensitive, given the history of persecution the Jews have endured, but Jews and Christians must form a union to combat the real enemy to them both, and the world, in general.

  • Nitzachon

    Underserving of sympathy, aid, peoplehood, statehood and much else besides.

    • ziontruth

      Richly deserving of being expelled en masse from the land they're stealing from the one and only true Palestinian nation, the Jewish nation.

  • StephenD

    “are the “Palestinian people” with their genocidal ethos a fitting destination for U.S. aid?”

    I thought it was ILLEGAL for anyone to provide aid in any way to Terrorist persons or organizations. Hamas is designated a Terrorist Organization. They have partnered with the “Fatah” regime. This partnership should make all aid to Fatah illegal. Giving to one is the same as giving to the other, The choice was made by the “Palestinians” and not America. They decided to partner with Hamas. They would rather have ties with Hamas instead of with us. I say, let them and good riddance.

    • Marjorie

      Wonderfully said, and totally true. God bless Israel!!!

  • Ken

    All U.S. foreign aid should be discontinued except to those countries that are clearly shown to be our allies, and then only if they really need it. America has been the world's welfare provider for years, much to the detriment of our own people. It has to stop!!

  • HertmitLion

    The Gazans have no real identity besides being murderers of Jews.

    Why is a culture that has nothing to boast about but the murder of others, a culture whose only achievement is a yearly body count, worthy of receiving American tax-payer's money?

  • stern

    Hands up anyone who believes that if (when?) Hamas is elected as the government of all Palestinians, the world will stop providing aid?

    In that immortal Bronx phrase, fuggedaboutit!

    No matter what the Palestinians do, no matter who they choose to govern them, no matter how many Jews they kill, no matter how barbaric their terrorism, no matter how many of their own civilians they put in harm's way, the West – and the US – will continue supporting them, providing them with more aid per capita than any other population in the world.

    All of which begs the question: Why?

    I think we all know the answer.

  • Marty

    Are these the people that Secretary of Defense panetta demanded the Israelis come to the table to discuss peace? What is there to be negotiated between Israel and hamas? Perhaps it is the schedule for genocide to be preceded, of course, by humiliations and rapes of Jews by courageous and peace-loving muslims. Is panetta suggesting that Israel simply dismantle its national defense and trust genocidal sociopaths to preserve human rights and democracy? I must be confused. Can someone provide a response? Many thanks.

  • LindaRivera


    March 31, 1977, the Dutch newspaper "Trouw" published an interview with Palestine Liberation Organization executive committee member Zahir Muhsein:

    "The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct "Palestinian people" to oppose Zionism."

  • LindaRivera

    The peace process is a term coined to DECEIVE. The peace process has been and will always be the planned Islamic conquest of Israel and the planned Second Holocaust of Jews.

  • mrbean

    Muslims have chosen the rules of the game. Jews should let them know in no uncertain terms what "Never Again" means. As for the Palestinian Muslims, it is a matter of record that Palestinians strap munitions on their own women and children and send them out on homicide-suicide missions to murder other innocent Jewish women and children in markets, restuarants, on school buses, and in their homes. The Palestinians in their own words and by their actions are committed to the genocide of the Jewish people therefore, have foreited their rights to even exist at all let alone be given a UN and US sanctioned terrorist state.

    • Marjorie

      The death of the murdering so called palestinians will come in time. Just difficult getting there. God Bless Israel and your Prime Minister B. Natenyahu. I pray for the peace of Jeruselum. Amen.

  • Terry

    The Middle East inexorably lurches towards another racist war against the Jews. This time, the US might like to let Israel finish its enemies off for good. And afterwards, the pretend Palis will be jsut a figment of history, an illegitimate wannabe people invented to invite its own destruction.

    Am Yisroel Chai!!!