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You want to know more about the real Hamas leadership, well they are not there;
'For more than a decade, Qatar has played host to Hamas, allowing it to operate out of Doha. The Qataris have given sanctuary to (among others) Hamas leaders Ismail Haniyeh and Khaled Meshaal. These men do not share the suffering of the people they claim to care about – the Arabs in Gaza. They make sure that these people get as little of the international aid money that comes their way as possible. Poverty-stricken Palestinians are what Haniyeh and Meshaal need: it bolsters their international begging-bowl abilities. Which in turn bolsters their own bank accounts. For of course there is a reason why people in Gaza are poor. What happened to all that international aid money that countries like ours have handed over since Israel withdrew in 2005? Not mismanagement, that’s for sure. Hamas isn’t the NHS. The Hamas leadership engages in corruption on the grandest of scales. Which means that while Hamas doesn’t provide for the people in Gaza, its leaders can afford to live in great luxury in Doha among other places....'
Khandro, I hadn't watched that video when I last posted. I just looked at the children holding their placards on the front of your link.. Kids calling for a ceasefire is not the same as kids marching with Palestinian colours and chanting 'From the river to the sea'. That is worrying. If anyone else hasn't watched it go to 3.27.
So will it be support the rail workers next ?...ridiculous...
wonder if theyve been told the truth about whats happening and how the murderous terrorist scum hamas caused and started all this with their attack, and how hamas use public buildings eg hospitals to locate command centres etc etc and how they use civilians as "shields"....nah didnt think so...probably just lessons about how the evil israelis