a serious threat to not only a nations right to exist but a peoples - 10/10/2008

From Buck on October 10th, 2008:

Ok, before I finish reading this and respond to everything else (you've gotten a bit ahead of me here!) you need to read this so that you will believe what I've said with regard to Hamas' constitution: http://jmm.aaa.net.au/articles/17738.htm

In particular:

"Religious hatred of Jews (not only of Israel) is expressed by a hadith or 'saying' that concludes Article 7: "The Day of Judgment will not come about until Muslims fight the Jews (killing the Jews) when the Jew will hide behind stones and trees. The stones and trees will say: O Muslims (.) there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him. "Only the gharkad tree [evidently a certain kind of tree] would not do that because it is one of the trees of the Jews."

And also:

"Article 28 widens the circle of hate to include all Jews: "Israel, Judaism and Jews challenge Islam and the Muslim people: 'May the cowards never sleep.'" The Charter in its preface quotes Hassan al-Banna, founder of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, as saying: "Israel will exist and continue to exist until Islam will obliterate it, just as it obliterated others before it."

So yeah, there is a serious threat to not only a nations right to exist but a peoples. It's not a joke. In addition this group among others, including the president of Iran, question the validity of accounts of the Holocausts. This is seriously scary shit, especially as a Jew. The fact that being in another country I genuinely have to be afraid for my life were I to say that I'm a Jew, the fact that planes in and out of Israel can only fly in one direction no matter which part of the world you're going to because all of their neighbors hate them. There are 1 million Muslim Arabs that live in Israel and in Palestine there are radio shows that proclaim that the the Jewish race is like a virus on the planet equivalent to HIV.

This is not to say that one side is more innocent of violations of human rights, but you can see in their constitution ... Israel wants to take over a territory from people (people that have never actually been formed into a country, you should read over their history. Currently, even their government is split, with two separate leaders recognized, and two parties fighting each other) and Hamas wants to eliminate a race of people from the face of the earth.

Now, I'll go finish the rest of what you sent me, and respond to the other stuff.

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