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Will Hamas go Broke?

Will Hamas go Broke?

What happens when the money dries up? (1min. 45sec)


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February 4, 2006

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(26) Anonymous, February 7, 2006 12:00 AM

The world needs first to see that Hamas is a danger for the whole world and than they should akt, because as long as they don't see that, the world will never see how important it is to eliminate all of the heads of this organisation, to destroy the heart of the organisation, than after that I'm sure that Hamas will break for sure by their own. Because Hamas is only strong as a big Group but one of those guy by his own is nothing more than a angry child wich is rampage.

(25) Anonymous, February 7, 2006 12:00 AM

Murderous Louts

This organization of loosely unstable goon squads are a true danger to any individual who associates with them in any manner. Only foolishly naively minded persons would be consider their contributions as commendable and worthy of concensus-building.

Any so called road map to anything requires that respect for others particuliarly those whom one would decide to hate or are lesser than oneself.

It is terribly presumptious for any organization to decide that murder is a sustainable societal value. Further more, adopting suicide as a viable option in negotiating human discourse is not a value which the Human Species was wired to integrate as an optional recourse when murder and maiming do not succeed in destroying what one would hate.

In essence, Hamas, has no place in the scheme of things. That this organization has now been voted into office indicates the intensity and level of impregnation of violence and death as a cultural component of identity. It is a fact which beyond alarming needs to be firmly negatedand rejected outright.

The time has long passed thqat this organization would have anything to add to any kind of discussion amongst nations.

Jewish blood bathes their hands, hatred is their food. There is no need to promulgate destruction and murder as relevance before realizing it serves only death. It is not the way of human beings, it is not the way of the world.

(24) Anonymous, February 7, 2006 12:00 AM


(23) Liz Horowitz, February 7, 2006 12:00 AM

tread cautiously

It might be better to open a dialogue, yet remain unshakable in the refusal to give money to a government that supports the overthrow of another. The money is there waiting for a govenment that supports peace. How can we achieve that to the betterment of all concerned?

(22) Roma Wiseman, February 7, 2006 12:00 AM

No dealiong with terrorists.

If the world cut off all monies and refused to have any dealings with Hamas until they rebutted terrorism, and agreed that Israel has the right to exist then there would be a change of attitude by Hamas. Whilst the world gives lip service to anti semitism things will never change, and by covertly supporting Hamas they ensure that this terrorism continues.

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