“Even the Muslim fetus seeks Jihad”
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Gee, I’m glad he said it. Because if we said things like that, they might call us ‘Islamophobes’ or ‘racists’- but even if they do, we’ll just do what we must:Â Â thanks to Tundra Tabloids:
…of course the bed wetting, pseudo human rights watchers will be screaming raaaaaacism over Israel’s revoking the citizenship of these traitorous Arabs. Just you wait and see. I believe that the Dutch lawmaker, Geert Wilders, has offered similar proposals for revoking the citizenship and the deportation for Muslims who work against the Dutch state. Sounds like a great law, hopefully it will be passed soon by the Dutch parliament.KGS
According to Islamic law, a hudna can only be agreed to in order to allow the Muslim forces to gather strength. This Islamic concept is basedÂ the Treaty of Hudaybiyya, the ten-year truce (Hudna) Muhammad signed with the pagan Quraysh tribe. By breaking this treaty, Muhammad again set a precedent: Muslims can sign a treaty but can break it at anytime, when doing so is to their advantage. The purpose of Hudna is to allow weakened Muslim forces to gather strength to fight again later more effectively. This is an extremely important principle for the West to understand today, since it shows the difference between what we perceive as a cease-fire and what believing Muslims think it is.
…and Western dhimmi-wankers are literally falling over each other and cue up for the brand-new “cease fire’- KGS has more
Mashal isn’t trying all that hard to conceal his views, ideology, and strategy. In part, that’s because he thinks the people he’s trying to fool are really stupid. In part, it’s because he will have to defend anything he says to his colleagues. In part, too, it is because he is a real true believer (called fanatics in a “less enlightened” age).
- Robert explains the whole thing once again:
Hamas offers Israel 10-year truce, so that it can destroy the Jewish State in 2019
Here is yet another example of how Western analysts miss the significance of what Islamic leaders are saying because they don’t know Islamic doctrine and don’t understand how important it is to the jihadists. The very fact that the leader of Hamas is offering a ten-year truce indicates that he hasn’t changed a bit, and will never accept the existence of Israel. He will only use such a truce, if it is concluded, to work toward the total destruction of Israel.
“If Muslims are weak, a truce may be made for ten years if necessary, for the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace) made a truce with the Quraysh for that long, as is related by Abu Dawud” (‘Umdat al-Salik, o9.16).
Note that this can only be done if “Muslims are weak,” so that they can gather strength to fight again — not so that they can live peacefully with non-Muslims indefinitely. The same legal manual also quotes this verse of the Qur’an: “So do not be fainthearted and call for peace, when it is you who are the uppermost” (47:35). So Hamas would not be calling for a truce at all if it felt it was in a position of strength. “Interests that justify making a truce are such things as Muslim weakness because of lack of numbers or materiel, or the hope of an enemy becoming Muslim . . .” (‘Umdat al-Salik, o9.16).
The bottom line: Hamas is feeling the heat and wants a truce in order to regroup and emerge in a stronger position.
“Addressing U.S., Hamas Says It Grounded Rockets,” by Taghreed El-Khodary and Ethan Bronner for theÂ New York Times, May 4