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Hamas vs. God
05-15-2018, 02:50 PM (This post was last modified: 05-16-2018 12:52 PM by Dale Tudor.)
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Hamas vs. God

The Bible clearly states that Israel and those of the Jewish faith are favored and chosen by God...and in return they are to honor God in all they do, how they live, how they worship, etc.

Hamas, by opposing Israel, opposes God.

From the article in

They attack for $100 a day. And Israeli soldiers fight them for $13 a day.

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical left and Islamic terrorism.

Hamas supporters in Gaza held the world’s first peaceful protest with hand grenades, pipe bombs, cleavers and guns. Ten explosive devices were peacefully detonated. There were outbursts of peaceful gunfire and over a dozen kites carrying firebombs were sent into Israel where they started 23 peaceful fires. And Israeli soldiers peacefully defended their country leaving multiple Hamas attackers at peace.

"We will tear down the border," Hamas Prime Minister Yahya Sinwar had peacefully vowed. "And we will tear out their hearts from their bodies."
The Hamas mob chanted, “Allahu Akbar” and the genocidal racist threat of, “Khaybar Khaybar, ya yahud," a reference to the primal Islamic massacre of the Jews. While IDF soldiers held back the invaders, the jets of the IAF targeted the snake’s head striking Hamas compounds and outposts. By 5.30 PM, the Hamas organizers changed course and began urging the thugs away from further fence attacks.

Hamas had offered $100 to every rioter. During previous violent assaults back in April, the Muslim Brotherhood terrorist group had been offering $200 to anyone shot by Israelis, $500 for severe injuries and $3,000 to the dead.

$100 a day may not seem like a lot, but the Israeli teen soldiers they’re trying to kill, earn $13 a day.

The Hamas supporting thugs are depicted as helpless, starving victims who can barely lift the firebombs they’re throwing at Israelis, but they make ten times as much as the Israeli soldiers they are there to kill.

Hamas can write all those checks to its aspiring killers because the cash is coming from Iran.

Last year, Senwar, whom Israel had released in exchange for captured Israeli hostage Gilad Shalit, had boasted that Iran was once again "the largest backer financially and militarily".

That comes out to an estimated $100 million a year.

With as many as 50,000 Hamas supporters in Gaza participating in the day’s attacks at $100 a head, over 1,000 allegedly injured at least $200 each, and another 52 allegedly killed at $3,000 each (there is no reason to treat Hamas casualty figures coming out of Gaza as anything other than propaganda), the whole thing cost Hamas and Iran $5.3 million. The unmarked cargo plane filled with foreign currency that Obama dispatched to Iran carried $400 million. That was part of a known $1.7 billion cash payment.

Hamas supporters charge at them for $100 a day. And IDF soldiers hold the line for $400 a month.

So why for $400 a month, do Israeli soldiers face down mobs of tens of thousands of Hamas supporters baying for their blood? The average IDF soldier who reports for duty comes from one of the Judean communities (slurred as settlements) under attack by Hamas or from development towns in the north under attack by Hezbollah. He is often a religious settler who sees the hand of G-d in the high hills or a descendant of Mizrahi immigrants whose recent ancestors were oppressed under Muslim rule.

When your family lives under fire, holding the line on the Hamas mob isn’t an abstract idea of duty.

The Hamas invaders were there to kill Israelis. The Israeli soldiers were there to protect Israelis. The attackers were invading someone else’s land while the defenders were protecting their own country.

That’s why Hamas has to pay its rioting thugs ten times as much as Israeli soldiers earn to attack them.

While the $100 a day thugs threw rocks and firebombs, the professional terrorists hung back waiting for a breach in the fence. Some were caught planting bombs. And killed. They are among the 10 known Hamas terrorists killed in the Gaza fighting and bemoaned by the media as victims of a Jewish massacre.

A sympathetic New York Times piece from last week described the "flaming-kite squadrons" prepping hundreds of fire kites, but unfortunately, "The wind was blowing the other way."

“The wind is still against us,” Ismail al-Qrinawi whined. “We are waiting for it to pick up so we can fly tens of kites and burn their crops." Instead, "the direction of the wind not only thwarted the kites, but also blew copious amounts of Israeli tear gas toward the protesters."

Pharaoh and his legions had the same bad experience with the wind. G-d must be an Islamophobe.

Hamas organized the invasion. It urged its human shields to head to the fence telling them that the Israelis had run away. That was the same way Egypt’s Nasser had tricked Jordan’s King Hussein during the Six Day War. Instead of defeating the Israelis and salvaging Gaza, Nasser’s scheme led to the liberation of Jerusalem, along with Judea and Samaria by the indigenous Jewish people. And it also had disastrous consequences for this latest attempted invasion by Egyptian-Jordanian settlers into Israel.

While the Hamas supporters were destroying their own crossing point infrastructure, as they had previously trashed their own gas lines, the United States was inaugurating the opening of an embassy in Jerusalem. Despite media misinformation, the riots predated the embassy and will postdate it.

The media used contrasting photos of the embassy opening and the Pallywood fake photos of protesters crying for the cameras and pretending to limp on crutches to smear Israel and America. And as usual they missed the real story. While Israelis and Americans were building something, Muslim terrorists were destroying everything they could get their hands on. While Rabbis and Pastors blessed, Imams cursed.

Hamas Sheikh Iyad Abu Funun had sworn on the Koran that, "We will not leave a single Jew on our Islamic land." It did not matter, “whether left-Wing, right-wing, secular, religious, or extremist.”

That is what this is about.

The dedication of the embassy is a leap of faith. Faith in building rather than destruction. Faith in life instead of death. Faith in the G-d who watches over Jerusalem, not the Allah for whom Gaza burns.

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05-15-2018, 04:37 PM
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Cash from Iran, thanks Obama
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05-16-2018, 01:07 PM
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This article points out how Hamas is using its own citizens to achieve the goal of obtaining international condemnation for Israel, at the cost of the lives of those Hamas is supposed to represent.
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05-16-2018, 09:05 PM (This post was last modified: 05-16-2018 09:21 PM by Mike G.)
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Dale with all due respect, why did God allow Jesus to be killed and scorned by Hebrews for centuries, only now to be seen by false prophets as his killers as his preferred children, and to anoint Israel as a precursor to the second coming. I'm thinking false prophets and as far as whomever makes 100 bucks a day by soros or whomever, how can you shoot them on their side of the fence?

I'd say it is Israeli PROPAGANDA, just like when they bomb Syria to keep that "animal" Assad in check and those Persians.

It is a serious propaganda when the Russians are blamed for poisoning a former pardoned "spy", and only their dog or cat died, then the two false flags of gas attacks by "animal" Assad, words by the great golem over contrived gas attacks on civilians in Syria.

I'd think everyone knows where those bullets came from in Gaza, It is "highly likely" that they came from the IDF, and the continual silence from the presstitutes in the US and our Israeli enthralled congress reeks of hypocrisy throughout the globe from any one that has any free thinking ability.

Americans will continue to be deaf to the atrocities in Gaza and neighboring states by Israeli's right to protect themselves, not any way different from the US's proclaimed preemptive war against anyone that won't follow our command.

This shit is going to have important consequences as already has been seen with the influx of Migrants refugees into the EU and Nato countries. We ignore this consequence at our own risk. Not to mention how long can America fund trillion dollar deficits each year? does anyone care?

God has Absolutely nothing to do with it. It is the evil of men.
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05-17-2018, 07:44 AM
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...apparently islander's and dale's skulls are full of republican-radio-level mush...

...if the zionist tools and republicrat fools want to give THEIR lives and money to these goddamned murdererZ GO FOR IT!...peel your arses off your faux newZ couch and get the fk out of here and over to iZrahell...rather than your stinking republican/crat politicians getting decent/knowledgeable americans involved in your goddamned murderous numbskullery... Thumbs_down
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