Tuesday, June 27, 2006

"Two-State Solution":
The Guardian
Lies Again


The Guardian claims Hamas are working towards a "two-state solution":


Hamas lost a crucial power struggle over recognition of Israel yesterday by agreeing to surrender control of the Palestinian government in favour of a powersharing administration committed to a negotiated two-state settlement.


Here is Hamas' statement with regards to the agreement they have made:


Hamas insisted it was sticking to its “agenda of resistance” against Israel. “The document included a clear clause referring to the non-recognition of the legitimacy of the Occupation,” Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said, using the Islamist group’s term for Israel. ...

Officials close to the negotiations said Abbas, of Fatah, and Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh, of Hamas, drafted a platform accepting a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, areas captured by Israel in a 1967 war.

Such a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict would be in line with Fatah’s recognition of Israel.

But Hamas legislator Salah al-Bardaweel told Reuters: “We said we accept a state (in territory occupied) in 1967 — but we did not say we accept two states.”


I am a schlub. I am a Marketing guy for a small company. I have a B.A. in Literature and Philosophy. I am hardly a heavyweight in this world.

Do you really believe that I know shit the people at the Guardian don't know?

Come on, don't let them fool you. They know the truth. They know Hamas is bent on the destruction of Israel. They know the Hamas' Charter calls for killing Jews. They know that Hamas has never renounced that Charter.

The truth is, the Guardian "implicitly" recognizes the Palestinian right to destroy Israel.