Jan 4, 2009

Shocking Quotes By Hamas Regarding Their Goal To Utterly Destroy Israel

Those who are complaining so bitterly about Israel should take a minute to understand what has been taking place in that region for ages.

Hamas doesn't just want to be left alone.

Their stated purpose is the complete and total destruction of the nation of Israel.

They have said over and over that they will never, ever, ever stop their war against Israel until Israel ceases to exist.

As you read the quotes from Hamas below, ask yourself what you would do if a terrorist group that repeatedly says it will never stop until your nation is utterly wiped off the map is continually firing rockets into your nation.....

"Israel is not a legitimate entity, and no amount of pressure can force us to recognize its right to exist."
-Dr. Mahmud Al-Zahar, Hamas leader in Gaza, Washington Times, February 4, 2006

"Before Israel dies, it must be humiliated and degraded. Allah willing, before they die, they will experience humiliation and degradation every day."
-Dr. Mahmud Al-Zahar, Hamas leader in Gaza, Washington Times, February 4, 2006

"Neither the liberation of the Gaza Strip nor the liberation of the West Bank or even Jerusalem will suffice us. Hamas will pursue the armed struggle until the liberation of all our lands. We don't recognize the state of Israel or its right to hold onto one inch of Palestine. Palestine is an Islamic land belonging to all the Muslims."
-Dr. Mahmud al-Zahar, Hamas leader in Gaza, The Jerusalem Post, August 18, 2005

"Tomorrow, our nation will sit on the throne of the world. This is not a figment of the imagination, but a fact. Tomorrow we will lead the world, Allah willing."
-Khalid al-Mish'al, leader of Hamas, Al-Jazeera TV, February 3, 2006

"She [Hamas suicide bomber Re'em Al-Riyashi] is not going to be the last because the march of resistance will continue until the Islamic flag is raised, not only over the minarets of Jerusalem, but over the whole universe."
-Dr. Mahmud Al-Zahar, Hamas leader in Gaza, Associated Press, January 15, 2004

"To hell with you all."
-Khalid al-Mish'al, leader of Hamas, speaking about German Chancellor Merkel's call for Hamas to recognize Israel, Al-Jazeera TV, February 3, 2006


  1. at the same time, isreal have cornered the palestinians into an unwanted part of the country and drawn a pitiful border for them to live in. so both are at each other's throats, the point of this post is...?

    1. They are not cornered. They have a border with Egypt. Unless Egypt is 'oppressing' Gaza as well.

      In addition Israel supplies Gaza with food, Gas, medicine, water and electricity.

      In return Israel get rockets fired on her cities. Not a very good deal if you ask me.

    2. The Almighty God of heaven and earth Will always protect the
      the Jews, will they are Gods chosen people. He will never turn His back on them.God does not lie".He will never leave you nor forsake you."He swore an oath by no other then He, for there is one greater then He.

  2. Outstanding Post, God Bless You.
    Herb Fluitt

  3. This post has changed the way I was beginning to view the current conflict. It is very good. Hamas has to rein-in its extremist views if the rest of the world is to become more tolerant of their view.

  4. I have a question, why is Israel the only country that is being asked to give up land for the Palestinians. There are Palestinians living in Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, etc…


    The West bank is small, yes, but Israel is small too. From the map:


    The west bank (green) takes up about a third of the country already. At this point, I would say Jordan, not Israel, needs to give them some more land.

  5. Jordan was created as a homeland for the arabs and Israel was to be the homeland for the jews. As you can see above that arrangement does not suit the arabs who want the entire area for themselves. They made themselves refugees rather than live alongside the jews:

    British commander Major-General Hugh Stockwell told the Arabs in 1948:

    "You have made a foolish decision. Think it over, as you'll regret it afterward. You must accept the conditions of the Jews. They are fair enough. Don't permit life to be destroyed senselessly. After all, it was you who began the fighting, and the Jews have won. . ."

    The next day, Haifa's remaining Arab leadership met with Stockwell and his advisers to discuss their evacuation. Almost all of the 30,000 decided to leave, and a few days later, only 3,000 remained in Haifa. After the Arabs left, Jews urged their former neighbors to return."

    from Dr. Efraim Karsh and Arieh Avneri July-August 2000 edition of Commentary