Jan 18, 2009

HAMAS .. The victory is yours

What happened is Gaza is just a part of what is happening in the mind of the world leaders for terminating freedom people. The resistance of Gaza people and Hamas surprised Israel.

The head of the loyalty to the Resistance parliamentary bloc MP Mohamad Raad stressed the resistance in the Gaza Strip has learned from the resistance in south Lebanon. Speaking the southern city of Nabatiyeh during a Ashura event, Raad said that Israel will be surprised of some of the Palestinian resistance’s capabilities that would eventually change the equation. He added that the time factor plays an essential role in determining the results of the war, although the battle itself is not balanced. The Hezbollah MP also stressed the resistance in Lebanon had been patient particularly in the 2006 Israeli war on Lebanon, and the result he added, was a new equation not only in Lebanon but in the whole region.

One of Israel’s sternest critics, Professor Richard Falk, the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the occupied Palestinian territories, said this week that Israel was losing the battle for legitimacy. What did he mean? The answer came from the angry crowds demonstrating in cities across the world. For them, Israel’s cruel assault on the helpless population of Gaza means that the Jewish state has lost its honour, its good name (or what small part of it is still intact), its threadbare claim to live by ‘civilized Western values’.
Some demonstrators carried banners comparing Israel’s cruel actions to Nazi barbarism against the Jews. The massacre in Gaza is just one too many to stomach, one too many after the long list of atrocities, from Deir Yassin onwards, that Israel has perpetrated against the Palestinians, the Lebanese and other Arabs since it emerged brutally at the heart of the region six decades ago.

Yet, most Israelis cheered on their soldiers in their gruesome task. Brainwashed by cynical leaders and by a compliant media, they seemed to believe that their country is waging a ‘just war’ in Gaza. The rest of the world knows better. And so do a handful of far-sighted Israelis, who - to their great credit - represent the troubled conscience of their violently aggressive country.

Uri Avnery, Israel’s oldest and most relentlessly- consistent peace campaigner, wrote this week: ‘What will be seared into the consciousness of the world will be the image of Israel as a blood-stained monster… This will have severe consequences for our long-term future… In the end, this war is a crime against ourselves too, a crime against the State of Isra
el.’

The Israeli terrorism left no space in the world's heart but to fight the name of Israel.

3 comments:

قانونى كويتي said...

شكرا على المشاركة الوجدانية لاخواننا فى غزة وفي كل العالم

ويعطيج العافية

وتحياتى لج

The Doctor said...

تسلم أخوي .. وإنني أؤازر غزة ليس لمجرد كونها دولة معتدى عليها
منطلقي في موقفي هو الأساس الديني للقضية في صراعها بين قوى الشر (أعداء الإنسانية والدين)
وبين قوى الخير المتمثلة بالفئة التي تنصر وتطلب النصر من الله

دمت بخير .. تحياتي

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