US House Rep Rashida Tlaib, among others, have been sent a message. Fathi Hamma, a high ranking Hamas official, has sent a message to Palestinians across the globe. “We must attack every Jew on the globe by way of slaughter and killing.”
“Our patience has run out. We are on the verge of exploding. If this siege is not undone, we will explode in the face of our enemies, with God’s permission and glory. The explosion is not only going to be in Gaza but also in the [West] Bank and abroad, if God wills,” Hammad said Friday. “But our brothers [in the diaspora] are still preparing. They are trying to prepare. They are warming up. A long time has passed with them warming up. All of you 7 million Palestinians abroad, enough of the warming up. You have Jews everywhere and we must attack every Jew on the globe by way of slaughter and killing, if God permits. Enough of the warming up,” he added.
I hope the Palestinian Authority has a lot of disposable income on hand. They are, after all, still paying people to kill Jews. Not that radicalized Islamists need a cash incentive. They will be rewarded with 72 Virgins. Eternity must suck for Islamic women.
But I digress.
We’ve got a few high-profile women in the US who frequently peddle the plight of Palestine. A group no other Arab or Persian nation will embrace except as a vehicle to destroy Israel. Offering money and material support when they could offer them a home. Telling but rarely told. Among them are such antisemitic luminaries as Linda Sarsour and Rashida Tlaib. Ilhan Omar works the rhetorical magic as well. Keeping the dream alive.
The end of Israel. The end of Jews. The leadership is not shy about their goal.
Relax, it’s just a misunderstanding.
Another Hamas leader says he was just upset after Israeli soldiers killed one of their own. Now, all we have to do is erase decades of attacks on Israeli civilians with rockets, knives, guns, mobs, and vehicles. Not to mention the Armageddon rhetoric over the same period.
The promise to wipe out Israel and kill all Jews. That’s real. He probably meant that their patience had not run out. The rest of it probably all true.
And it’s “hate speech,” if I’m not mistaken.