Hamas: Obama's remarks are a deception

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Offline cardio

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Hamas: Obama's remarks are a deception
« on: May 19, 2009, 05:11:31 AM »

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1242212412048&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull

Hamas reacted with pessimism on Tuesday to the meeting between Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and President Barack Obama, saying that while the comments made by the two leaders professed hope, they were really just meant to deceive the world.

 "Obama's remarks and expressions of hope were intended to deceive the world community, regarding everything connected to the continuing behavior and existence of the racist and radical Zionist entity," a spokesperson for the group said in a statement published early in the morning.

The spokesperson added that Obama's remarks were nothing but an "ensemble of wishes" on which the group hangs little hope.

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This serves at least three purposes.   

1. Decries as "pessism" -complaints about a people having been trampled on, brutalized and raped for decades.

2. Links opponents of Obama and the radical Zionist state to a terrorist org. (Hamas, although they are 'mild terrorists' compared to U.S. or Israel)

3.  Stigmatises these words used together:  "OBAMA" and "DECEPTION"

Offline msr

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Re: Hamas: Obama's remarks are a deception
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2009, 05:45:30 AM »
Yep what was obama saying while israel bombed gaza in january as obama was getting ready to be pres. He looked pretty happy about the situation in gaza, like blair did also.

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Re: Hamas: Obama's remarks are a deception
« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2009, 06:27:57 AM »
To understand the deception you have to read the Likud Charter,here is a snippet.

Declaration of a State

A unilateral Palestinian declaration of the establishment of a Palestinian state will constitute a fundamental and substantive violation of the agreements with the State of Israel and the scuttling of the Oslo and Wye accords. The government will adopt immediate stringent measures in the event of such a declaration.
Settlements
The Jewish communities in Judea, Samaria and Gaza are the realization of Zionist values. Settlement of the land is a clear expression of the unassailable right of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel and constitutes an important asset in the defense of the vital interests of the State of Israel. The Likud will continue to strengthen and develop these communities and will prevent their uprooting.
The Partition of the Negev
Israel rejects out of hand ideas raised by Labor Party leaders concerning the relinquishment of parts of the Negev to the Palestinians. The practical meaning of this plan is that the "Green Line" should no longer be viewed as a "Red Line", which draws us closer to the partition plan of 1947 as it opens the door to the principle that the fate of the Galilee, the Triangle and additional areas within Israel is negotiable. The Likud asserts that such proposals by the Labor Party leadership may literally cause the dismemberment of the State of Israel.
Self-Rule
The Government of Israel flatly rejects the establishment of a Palestinian Arab state west of the Jordan river.
The Palestinians can run their lives freely in the framework of self-rule, but not as an independent and sovereign state. Thus, for example, in matters of foreign affairs, security, immigration and ecology, their activity shall be limited in accordance with imperatives of Israel's existence, security and national needs.
Jerusalem
Jerusalem is the eternal, united capital of the State of Israel and only of Israel.
The government will flatly reject Palestinian proposals to divide Jerusalem, including the plan to divide the city presented to the Knesset by the Arab factions and supported by many members of Labor and Meretz. The government firmly rejects attempts of various sources in the world, some anti-Semitic in origin, to question Jerusalem's status as Israel's capital, and the 3,000-year-old special connection between the Jewish people and its capital. To ensure this, the government will continue the firm policies it has adopted until now: