|Hamas threaten 'cash or intifada'|
|Written by Chris Perver|
|Wednesday, 03 June 2009 17:00|
|As the French government continues to press for the lifting of the economic boycott against the Palestinian Authority, members of the movement are also calling for the lifting of the boycott in their own unique way. The official European Union line is that monies due to the Palestinian Authority will be transferred via a temporary international mechanism (TIM for short), until such times as the group renounces violence, recognizes Israel's right to exist and abides by former agreements made with Israel by the PLO. But other pro-Palestinian countries, such as France, Russia, Norway, etc, have been pressing for a lifting of the boycott despite Hamas having agreed to none of the above. In fact they were pressing for a lifting of the boycott even after Hamas had announced they had ended their "cease-fire" with Israel. Regarding this development, there was absolutely no word of condemnation of Hamas from any world leader, not even Solana, who just stated that he was sad that another opportunity for peace was being lost. Well France, Italy, Russia and Norway had better look out, for if they don't get the boycott lifted soon, Hamas is - shock - going to resort to violence... |
Quote: "Hamas leader Khaled Meshal has warned that Israel could face another Palestinian uprising unless the West lifted its aid embargo and conditions in the Gaza Strip and West Bank improved. Meshal told the Palestinian daily al-Ayyam in an interview published on Monday that continuation of a Western economic embargo of the Palestinian government and military actions by Israel would "give notice to a huge explosion that would not only affect the Palestinians but also the entire region, especially the Zionist entity."
It's unbelievable to think that democratic nations could even support such a tyrannical regime as the Palestinian Authority, whether governed by Hamas or Fatah. Both terrorists organizations have proven that they are equally capable of causing mass destruction of human life. But looking at it from a spiritual perspective, it's not really that surprising. France has a massive anti-Semitic problem. Just within the last week, two major attacks were perpetrated. In two separate incidents, a French Rabbi was punched and a Jewish girl was attacked by two immigrants who drew a swastika on her chest. The French government has refused to admit the latter was even anti-Semitic in nature. World leaders have refused God's good laws and are legalizing sin, and as a result I believe we can only expect problems like what we are seeing now. The scourge of Islamic terrorism, disrupted weather patterns, economic hardship, and even nature is starting to rebel against us. It's all happening just like God promised...