Why does Hamas fire rockets?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by TorontoTrader2, Dec 27, 2008.

  1. Before you answer that spend a minute and run these google searches.
    Now you see why supporting this barbaric fundementalist racist state will lead always to war and violence.

    Obviously hamas is wrong to fire rockets. Both sides deserve to live in peace. However, Israel is clearly the most well-organized and powerful attacker and has literally made a business out of State-sponsored violence. It refuses to recognize its neighbors as equals.

    This does not sound like a peaceful democracy to me?

    Israeli Torture:


    Israeli Bulldozers:


    Israeli block medical care:


    Israeli Snipers:


    Israeli settlers occupy:


    Israeli humanitarian blockade


    Israeli sex trafficking:


    Israeli violence against christians


    I'm sure you can think of more searches. Just inupt the most deprived human behavior possible and add 'Israeli' to it.
  2. Today is a proud day for all supporters of Israel.

    Time to destroy the Barbarions.
  3. Today is another display of a pathetic world ruled by violence as manipulated by globalist wealth entities. As directed, Israel taking advantage of a CHRISTIAN holiday period and a political void in the current US executive branch....there is ALWAYS a reality to the CON shown to the public on Faux News! :mad:
  4. A few more important searches - now you tell me who is a barbarian?

    All this this behavior is anti-god, anti-freedom, and pro-genocide.

    Unfortunately many brainwashed american cult members will cover their ears and pretend not to hear or see it. That's the ultimate evil. They are bred to hate.

    Lest we forget hilter used the same cult "logic" and use of terms like sub human, and barbarians, for his genocide too. I guess whatever works.

    israeli blockade food:


    israeli blockade electricity:


    israeli blockade fuel:


    israel collective punishment:


    Israeli blockade 'forces Palestinians to search rubbish dumps for food'UN fears irreversible damage is being done in Gaza as new statistics reveal the level of deprivationPeter Beaumont, foreign affairs editor The Observer, Sunday 21 December 2008 Article historyImpoverished Palestinians on the Gaza Strip are being forced to scavenge for food on rubbish dumps to survive as Israel's economic blockade risks causing irreversible damage, according to international observers.

    Figures released last week by the UN Relief and Works Agency reveal that the economic blockade imposed by Israel on Gaza in July last year has had a devastating impact on the local population. Large numbers of Palestinians are unable to afford the high prices of food being smuggled through the Hamas-controlled tunnels to the Strip from Egypt and last week were confronted with the suspension of UN food and cash distribution as a result of the siege.

    The figures collected by the UN agency show that 51.8% - an "unprecedentedly high" number of Gaza's 1.5 million population - are now living below the poverty line. The agency announced last week that it had been forced to stop distributing food rations to the 750,000 people in need and had also suspended cash distributions to 94,000 of the most disadvantaged who were unable to afford the high prices being asked for smuggled food.

    "Things have been getting worse and worse," said Chris Gunness of the agency yesterday. "It is the first time we have been seeing people picking through the rubbish like this looking for things to eat. Things are particularly bad in Gaza City where the population is most dense.

    "Because Gaza is now operating as a 'tunnel economy' and there is so little coming through via Israeli crossings, it is hitting the most disadvantaged worst."

    Gunness also expressed concern about the state of Gaza's infrastructure, including its water and sewerage systems, which have not been maintained properly since Israel began blocking shipments of concrete into Gaza, warning of the risk of the spread of communicable diseases both inside and outside of Gaza.

    "This is not a humanitarian crisis," he said. "This is a political crisis of choice with dire humanitarian consequences."

    The revelations over the escalating difficulties inside Gaza were delivered a day after the end of the six-month ceasefire between Israel and Gaza's Hamas rulers, which had been brokered by Egypt in June, and follow warnings from the World Bank at the beginning of December that Gaza faced "irreversible" economic collapse.
  5. The Palestinians are the most bumbling civilization in human history. Horrible diplomacy, terrible war strategies and getting their ass owned by Israel every step of the way.

    All those blockades are for free goods provide by the generosity of Israel. Palestine can buy all they want from Egypt or any other nation on earth with no blockage. Talk with your brother Arabs , get them to supply all your needs.

    When you declare war and seek the total destruction of a country you do not make yourself dependent on that's countries goodwill. How FU*KING stupid. You need to refuse to accept anything from them.

    You don't allow your elected Government to fire missiles into Israel unless you have some form of defense and allies willing to support you. How FU*CKING stupid.

    You realize that a state has many more legal rights then a territory. If your are Palestine you get Statehood immediately. Then you make alliances and treaties. Then you make claims for lands that are yours.

    Make Egypt open the wall. It is a crime of humanity the way the treat their brothers. Egypt wants nothing to do with the Ghetto people from the east.
  6. If you get continually sick and tired of aggressors occupying your homeland and treating you like second class citizens and herding you around like cattle and bombing the hell out of you, then you just say f*ck it and launch missiles at them. If I was Palestinian I'd do the same thing.
  7. Nice. Except of course it all happened in the opposite order. First you refuse the partition, don't recognize their right to exist, invade their country several times trying to drive them into the sea, murder their civilians, women and children in cold blood, fire hundreds of rockets every day at their towns and villages...

    And then you're upset that you're occupied, mistreated and your militant fundamentalist leaders are bombed into the stone age. Come on, get real, you are getting exactly what you bargained for.
  8. Especially if you lived in a culture with no economy at all and got paid to make trouble for Israel. The Palestinians are surrogates for all the Jew hating countries in the region, nothing more than that. Their good neighbor Egypt has a wall up to keep them where they are. Jordan doesn't seem to be inviting them in either... it's the inbred mentality and the Islamic thingy, they hate outsiders and they hate the real descendants of Abraham and they are not dealing with it very well either it seems. Maybe they should grow up. I wonder what these low oil prices are going to do to the region? It would be funny if people stopped giving money to Palestinians... they would have to shut up and go get jobs working for Jews...
  9. You make another good point about bumbling Palestinian politicians.
    They make terrible Lobbyists. It must be the message, the money, or the cause, but the Palestinians can not seem to get any support from the US.
    Maybe they need to study and learn from the Jews how to build a successful society with American political support.
    #10     Dec 27, 2008