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PostPosted: Fri Feb 18, 2011 7:32 pm    Post subject: HAMAS - means violence, lawlessness  Reply with quote

 


Hamas chief declares: U.S. empire will fall
February 14, 2011
Hails Middle East revolution, predicts rise of China, India
The U.S. empire is in decline and will fall because of the country's "immorality," promotion of "open sexuality" and political "injustice," argued Mahmoud al-Zahar, the chief of Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

He also predicted the rise of China and India as new superpowers, while hailing the revolution in Egypt that led to the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak, a staunch U.S. ally.
Zahar was speaking today by cell phone from Gaza to Aaron Klein on the latter's investigative program on New York's WABC Radio. It was the Hamas chieftain's first public comments on the recent chaos in Egypt.

After claiming Americans "live like animals," Zahar told Klein the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood – the most organized opposition in Cairo – is the "most moderate organization, the most democratic organization, even more than the Western people."

Hamas is an offshoot of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood, which seeks to establish an Islamic caliphate in Egypt.

U.S. like fallen empires
"It is well known," Zahar said, predicting the decline of the U.S., "any state without morality will not survive. Morality is not only having money. Morality is having justice. You are not implementing the justice."

He claimed Hamas was a weak and besieged authority in Gaza and stated, "You are going sooner or later to suffer from the same problem when your power decreased and the power of others, for example, China, India, Japan, as your history (shows) becomes more supreme."

"You are not serving your national interests" he said.
He also compared the U.S. to former European empires.

"Look to the British empire. Look to the French empire. Look to the German power," he said. "What was the cause of their destruction? Their immoralities. So I am not here fabricating or inventing a story or a theory. This is well known."
"Where is (sic) the big powers in the history? Finished. Why finished? Because of the injustice, because of the immorality," he concluded.

Americans live like animals
Zahar slammed U.S. culture and upheld Islamic Shariah law as the template for a moral society.

"Your (American) style is very bad style, is animal style. Life like animals," he exclaimed. "You have one husband but you have 50,000 female girlfriends. And you have, the woman has one husband and has many boyfriends. This is the style? This is the animal style, this is not the human style."

Zahar lectured: "The human style has one family, one husband, or two or three [wives] according to our tradition if she has no chance to deliver or to have pregnancy, or if she is sick or so on."
Zahar pointed to Hamas' official television network, Al Aqsa TV, as espousing proper Islamic tradition and music.

"But this is not the music to see the body of the woman bare. This open sexuality is not allowed for us," he said. "That destroyed your country. That destroyed your family and your integrity."
He continued, "We produce film, we produce songs, but it's committed to our morality, not to your style."
He went on to slam the U.S. for "injustice" against minorities.

"Your history in the West is not a history of justice," he said. "The discrimination between black and white, the discrimination between Muslim and non-Muslim, this is not lasting, or a life-lasting system."

Zahar told Klein that the West can learn from Islamic law: "Ask the Christian people in Egypt and the Christian people in Gaza about the Islamic law, that is the only law that protected the minority whether they are Jews or Christian," he stated.

Klein confronted Zahar about reports of persecution of Christians in the Gaza Strip under the rule of Hamas.
"What about taking a look at Hamas in the Gaza Strip?" asked Klein. "Since you came to power, Christians in Gaza have been targeted. We've had churches firebombed, we've had Christian leaders complain they cannot celebrate the Christmas. We had the sole Bible store in Gaza firebombed, its owner murdered. We've had Christians complain of rampant persecution and intimidation in Gaza."

Klein was referring to the October 2007 murder of Rami Ayyad, who managed the only Christian bookstore in Gaza. That murder was widely blamed on Islamists in Gaza.

Zahar countered, "This is one case killed. Now how many Christians [were] killed by the hands of the Christians in America? How many bodies went to the schools and shot the students in America? These are the crimes, but it is not the Islamic tradition."

Hails Middle East revolution
Zahar hailed the recent riots in Egypt that led to the downfall last week of Mubarak.
He warned, "Any leader who will be not supported by his people" will suffer a fate similar to Mubarak's.

He continued: "Jordan, there were demonstrations there. In Yemen, there are a lot of debates between the authority and others. So it is not a secret to say the phenomenon of the change is present all over the Arab countries."
Regarding the Muslim Brotherhood, Zahar claimed, "The problem in the West is they are afraid from the Muslim Brotherhood because they know nothing about them."

The Hamas chieftain upheld the Brotherhood as "the most moderate organization, the most democratic organization, even more than the Western people. Don't search for the devil."
He said the Brotherhood strategy to assume power was one of progressive democratic gains in the Egyptian parliament.

"They [the Muslim Brotherhood] are going to participate by one third of the number of the parliament," he said.
"They can achieve more than that, but now in the expected era, they are going to participate only by one third of their power," he said. "This is the first step, but they are going to participate in the local councils in order to serve the people and to reconstruct what was destroyed by the corrupt systems."
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Hamas bombs Egypt-Israel gas pipeline
July  4,  2011  
Hamas blows up Sinai pipeline again, revenge for flotilla failure.
Hamas blew up the pipeline carrying Egyptian natural gas to Israel and Jordan via Sinai early Monday, July 4 for the third time since Feb.
The Palestinian terrorists were retaliating for the stoppage of the Gaza flotilla.
Hamas parked a bomb car near the pipeline and detonated it remotely, forcing Egypt to stop the flow of gas before the fire spread towards the Suez Canal.
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4090643,00.html
http://www.debka.com/article/21086
http://www.jpost.com/VideoArticles/Video/Article.aspx?id=227785
http://www.haaretz.com/news/inter...t-gas-pipeline-to-israel-1.371267


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Israel and Hamas near a Spring war
April 2, 2011
 After nearly two months of rising tension, Israel and Hamas have taken a step towards a full-blown military confrontation: Before dawn Saturday, April 2, an Israeli air strike killed three senior Hamas Izz al-Din Qassam Brigades gunmen in the Gaza Strip in an operation described by an Israeli army spokesman as pre-empting a major Palestinian terror-cum-kidnap campaign scheduled for Passover. A fourth Palestinian was seriously injured by the airborne missile which struck their car between Khan Younes and Deir el Balakh.
The Hamas Brigades warned Israel its "dangerous escalation" would have "consequences."

debka predicts that the war confrontation which Saturday brought closer to realization will be unlike any previous Israel-Palestinian showdowns in the sense that it will be less the product of the old Middle East order and fall more under the influence of the radical elements rising out of the current Arab unrest, especially in Cairo, amid the decline of Western influence. Hamas may also resort to jihad against  "the Israeli enemy" as a distraction from the rising disaffection of the Gazan population against its increasingly repressive methods of enforcing ever stricter Islamic decrees.

Ever since the massacre of five members of an Israeli family at Itamar on Feb. 11, Israeli government leaders have tried to sell the line that Hamas was not really seeking to raise the level of violence. They continued to play down Hamas' motives through a 50-round mortar barrage in a single day (March 19) on Israeli civilian locations abutting the Gaza Strip, several Grad missiles fired at the towns  Ashkelon, Ashdod, Beersheba and Netivot and a bombing attack in Jerusalem on March 23, which killed a tourist and injured 65 after two relatively terror-free years.

In between major attacks, the Palestinians have maintained up until the present a steady trickle of Qassam and mortar fire against Israeli civilians.
While intensifying its attacks, Hamas picked up the convenient Israeli mantra which claimed that the terrorist-rulers of Gaza wanted nothing but a ceasefire which would also embrace all the smaller terrorist organizations taking part on the shooting as well.

The Israeli army statement after the pre-dawn air strike over Gaza Saturday abruptly broke that pose by exposing Hamas's true intentions for the first time. He admitted that the Palestinian radicals had set up a major murder-cum-kidnap campaign for striking terror across the Green Line and favorite Israeli vacationing spots in Sinai, to be launched during the eight-day Passover holiday April 18-28,
debkafile's counter-terror sources add that the three gunmen killed were only one tentacle of the network Hamas has put in place in Sinai, Jordan and on both sides of the Israel-West Bank border.

During the months that Israeli military leaders insisted that Hamas did not seek escalation, special Palestinian military wing squads were undergoing extensive training in methods of abduction so as to add more Israeli captives to Gilead Shalit, the Israeli soldier snatched in 2006 and held since in inhuman conditions.
The difference between the present and past conflicts is that Hamas is now drawing encouragement not just from Tehran but also from the new Egyptian regime. If the head of the military council Field Marshall Mohammed Tantawi wanted to, he could put a stop to Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Elarabi's active policy of rapprochement with Tehran and reconciliation with Hamas leaders in Damascus and Gaza.

It is Elaraby's ambition to transfer Hamas's political center headed by Khaled Meshaal from Damascus to Cairo, lift the Egyptian embargo against Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip for the free movement of people and goods and transform the enclave into Egypt's launching pad for an anti-Israeli policy harking back to the hostility predating the epic peace relations President Anwar Sadat forged with Israel in 1979.

The new rulers are also distancing themselves from the close alliance the deposed Hosni Mubarak maintained with Saudi Arabia. While Riyadh fights Iranian-backed insurgents in Bahrain and slams the door on further encroachments in the Arab world, Cairo is opening it wide to give the Islamic Republic a foothold both in Cairo and in Gaza. Hamas is encouraged to spread its sphere of aggression from the half million Israeli civilians within missile range to far broader regions.
When US Defense Secretary Robert Gates visited Cairo on March 24, he tried to warn the military rulers that their indulgence of Hamas was bound to end badly in an Israeli military campaign to cut short its belligerent behavior. But three days later, when he was in Israel, he had to admit to his hosts that his warning fell on deaf ears.
http://www.debka.com/article/20813
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The CURSE of Qatar
February  10, 2012  Qatar
will allow Hamas Palestinian terrorist HQ
Hamas Terror Chief Khaled Mashaal will carry out Hamas terrorism from Qatar.
Other Hamas terrorists have relocated from Syria to Beirut, Gaza etc..
Hamas terror chief Khaled Mashaal will not return to Damascus, but will operate from Qatar, the situation in Syria is too dangerous for the lead terrorist.  
I find weird humor in that!   Laughing

Hamas is the spawn of the MB - Muslim Brotherhood.
There is NO difference between Hamas and Mahmoud Abbas and Yassir Arafat.
http://www.ynetnews.com/Ext/Comp/...tPreview/1,2506,L-4187727,00.html

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Bus explodes in Tel Aviv, Hamas celebrates, they LOVE DEATH!
Nov. 21, 2012  
 Breaking NEWS
Blast on bus in heart of Tel Aviv
Loud blast heard in heart of Tel Aviv, 28 people injured
Explosive device was planted on the bus. Police suspect there may be another explosive device in the area.
An eye witness said they heard a boom and then saw a black cloud.
A passenger on the bus said someone blew up inside.

Terrorist blows up bus in central Tel Aviv around noon Wednesday.
Police searching area for other possible explosive devices.
Suspect arrested, a female terrorist may still be at large armed with explosives.
Hamas praised the bombing, blesses the attack in Tel Aviv, but stopped short of claiming responsibility.
http://www.jpost.com/NationalNews/Article.aspx?id=292860
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4309791,00.html
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4309831,00.html

Gaza rejoices over Tel Aviv bombing
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4309836,00.html

Police raise number of bus attack injured to 23
http://www.jpost.com/Headlines/Article.aspx?id=292883

Nov 22  5 of the 27 people who sustained injuries in the Wednesday terror attack in Tel Aviv are at the Tel Aviv Medical Center.
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4310421,00.html
http://debka.com/article/22544

The attacker is arrested.  He is an Israeli Arab.
Israel is good to Palestinians, and this is how Israel is repaid for their kindness.
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Israel is too good to Palestinians, and this is how Israel is repaid for their kindness.
Nov 22  5 of the 27 people who sustained injuries in the Wednesday terror attack in Tel Aviv are at the Tel Aviv Medical Center.
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4310421,00.html
http://debka.com/article/22544

The attacker is arrested.  He is an Israeli Arab.

Palestinians, Arab-Israeli arrested for Tel Aviv bus bombing
November 23, 2012
JTA
Israel’s domestic security agency arrested several Palestinians for allegedly blowing up a bus in Tel Aviv.
The Shin Bet revealed that its agents had arrested the suspects, including an Arab Israeli, for the attack earlier this week on a bus, Israeli media reported. The security service did not say how many suspects were arrested.

The Arab Israeli suspect, a resident of Taibeh near Kfar Saba, placed the explosive device on the bus and notified his commander by phone, who set it off, Shin Bet said.
Of the 28 Israelis wounded in the bombing, five remained hospitalized on Thursday, one in serious condition.
The Israeli suspect was born in the West Bank and acquired Israeli citizenship through the family unification process, which naturalizes Palestinians married to Israelis, according to the news site Ynet.

The bomb was built in the West Bank and transported to Israel in a car belonging to the employer of the Arab Israeli suspect without the employer’s knowledge.
In preliminary interrogations, the cell’s members said they were connected to Hamas and Islamic Jihad.
The Shin Bet said the interrogation was ongoing and that further arrests were expected.
http://www.jta.org/news/article/2...arrested-for-tel-aviv-bus-bombing
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Israeli-Arab indicted for bombing Tel Aviv bus
Dec 19, 2012
 Israel files indictment against Muhammad Mafarji for attempted murder in November Tel Aviv bus bomb, indictments pending against 3 Palestinian suspects.
After bombing bus, the heartless terrorist went back to work.

Mafarji left bag containing explosive device on Tel Aviv bus packed with passengers a day after his 18th birthday.
About 10 minutes after the terrorist got off the bus, the device was activated.  24 people were injured in the bombing.
The indictment charges include multiple murder attempts, aiding the enemy during wartime, and conspiracy to commit a crime.

He wanted to fight alongside Hamas so another terrorists asked him to leave a bag on a bus.
When the bus reached the corner opposite the Kirya base, the device was activated through his cell phone, causing it to explode inside the bus packed with passengers.
After the explosion, the culprit took a train to work.
Israeli security tracks down Tel Aviv bus bomber Hamas terror cell in the Ramallah area of Samaria (westbank).
http://www.jpost.com/NationalNews/Article.aspx?id=296549
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4321930,00.html
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/163327
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Hamas Means Violence  חמס


My Messianic friend Celeste tipped me off that Hamas means violence.
When scriptures read - violence will cover the Earth - that word is Hamas.
The bible literally tells us that Islamic terrorism will be worldwide in the Last Days.
Celeste's blog - nonaiswa.org/wordpress

Many scriptures refer to a man of sin or lawless one Christians call the antiChrist.

The Days of Noah
Hamas = lawlessness
The word lawlessness in Hebrew is hamas, you may recognize the word, which can also mean violence
.
“The earth became corrupt before God; the earth was filled with lawlessness.  
God reviewed the earth, and beheld it to be corrupt, for all flesh had corrupted its ways on earth.”
The corruption of justice was committed over and over again, step by step, unto ones fellow man.  
Once again we look to the Hebrew for elucidation and discover this corruption
is related to the process of making “vinegar” conveying the idea that the
decay does not come all at once, but step by step, that it turns to vinegar.

At the time of Noah this corruption resulted in an unsoulment of the population spreading across the globe withering away the vital energy of organic and moral life which has returned during these days and times.  In fact, In Genesis 6:17 says that, “from under heaven; everything on earth shall turn numb.”  With each day that passes we see or hear of dreadful atrocities and abominations while we casually go along with our day; never once looking upward, nor being grateful for things that we take for granted like our air, food, water, climate and planet.  All those are changing before eyes and yet we do not have eyes to see, nor ears to hear.
http://www.nonaiswa.org/wordpress...he-sun-darkening-on-small-farming


Hamas Means Violence  חמס
Hamas:  It is a familiar term we have heard in the daily news.  A group dedicated to the destruction of Israel.  I was most thrilled when I found this article by Rabbi Jon-Jay Tilsen below.  He stated Hamas is Hebrew word for violence.  Let’s look at a brief lexicon result for this word.

This article is to demonstrate the trust worthiness of God’s word, His promises, and His faithfulness to all that is written.  We are following the ongoing struggle with Hamas.

Hebrew (חמס) Strong’s H2554,

Transliteration; Chamac ,  Pronunciation;  khä·mäse’, Outline of Biblical Usage:  1) violence, wrong, cruelty, injustice

Blue Letter Bible – Lexicon

Let’s look at just a few examples of use in Old and New Testament.  The first mention is in Genesis 6:11-13, NKJV

The earth also was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence.  So God looked upon the earth, and indeed it was corrupt; for all flesh had corrupted their way on the earth.

And God said to Noah, “The end of all flesh has come before Me, for the earth is filled with violence through them; and behold, I will destroy them with the earth.BLB (KJV) Gen 6
http://amos37.com/2008/04/06/hamas-ends-truce

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Hamas is one of the most violent groups of Islamic terrorists.
VERY good article.

Hamas means violence
The Hebrew word hamas, in fact, means violence.
According to the Gesenius Hebrew lexicon, the Arabic cognate of the Hebrew word hamas means warlike valour (noun form) or to be active, brave, constant (verb form).
I assume that this is the word used by the terrorist group Hamas.

I knew that the Hebrew word hamas meant violence before all the recent anti-Israel terrorism.
What I did not know was how many times the word hamas appears in the Hebrew Bible,
and what the Bible says about the fate of those who carry out hamas/violence against the people of Israel.
I recently read through The Twelve Prophets (Hosea through Malachi) in Hebrew, and I was surprised how often I kept running across the word hamas. This piqued my curiosity enough to do a study to find out more about hamas in the Scriptures. I looked at every passage where the word hamas appears (68 times, if my count is accurate). In view of what the Bible says about hamas, I would not want to be in the shoes of a Hamas terrorist.

Before I share some of the things the Bible says about hamas, let me first state that I am not anti-Arab. I am strongly opposed to the use of terrorism by any group, Arabic or non-Arabic, but I have no prejudice against Arabic people as an ethnic group. The fact that they are physical descendants of our Father Abraham also made it easier for me to relate to them. I also felt a kinship because their culture has preserved some of the ancient Mid-East customs that were practiced in Biblical times, and I could relate to those customs.

There are many elements in the Arabic culture that I love and admire, but Hamas is not one of them. My prayer for these children of Abraham is that they be delivered from the spirit of Islam which leads them to commit acts of hamas/violence against the children of Israel. According to the Bible, those who practice hamas/violence against the children of Israel will bring the fierce wrath of God down upon themselves.

The first place the word hamas appears in the BIble is in Genesis 6:11 & 13. The earth also was corrupt before God, and the earth was filled with violence (hamas) ... And God said unto Noah, The end of all flesh is come before Me, for the earth is filled with violence (hamas) through them; and, behold, I will destroy them with the earth.

Here in the early chapters of the very first book of the Bible, God makes it clear that the fate of those who practice hamas is destruction. It was hamas that brought the Flood of God s judgment on the earth. Right now Israel is filled with Hamas. It is possible that the entire earth may once again become filled with hamas by the terrorism of Hamas, bringing down world-wide destruction before the Messianic age.

Some theologians believe that the anointed cherub in Ezekiel 28 is a reference to Satan. If this view is correct, then according to Ezekiel 28:16, it was hamas in the midst of this cherub that caused the Lord to cast him out of the mountain of God.

The word hamas appears in the Psalms. Prayers are lifted up for deliverance from violent men, men of hamas. The enemies of God s anointed are described in Psalms as people who breathe out hamas [cruelty] (Ps. 27:12). The habitations of hamas are called the dark places of the earth (Ps. 74:20). Psalm 11:5 plainly states that God hates those who love hamas: ...the wicked and him that loveth violence (hamas) His soul hateth.

Two passages of Scripture that should serve as warnings to today s Hamas terrorists are Obadiah 10 and Joel 3:19. These verses deal specifically with the hamas/violence perpetrated by Edom, another name for Esau, the ancestor of the Arabs, against Jacob and Judah, the ancestors of the Jewish people. According to Obadiah, the children of Edom shall be cut off forever because of their violence (hamas) against their brother Jacob. Joel says that Edom shall be a desolate wilderness, for the violence (hamas) against the children of Judah, because they have shed innocent blood in their land.

So fierce is the wrath of God against the descendants of Esau who practice hamas that one of the commandments of the Torah says, Thou shalt blot out the remembrance of Amalek [grandson of Esau, and another ancestor of the Arabs] from under heaven (Deut. 25:19). The Hertz Commentary makes a remark about this verse that is worth considering in view of today s Hamas terrorism against Jews in Israel: A people so devoid of natural religion as to kill non-combatants had forfeited all claim to mercy (p. 856).

Eventually Israel's prayers for deliverance from hamas will be answered. Isaiah s description of the Messianic Kingdom includes this promise: Violence (hamas) shall no more be heard in thy land, wasting nor destruction within thy borders; but thou shalt call thy walls Salvation and thy gates Praise (Isa. 60:1Cool. May the Lord speedily deliver Israel from the hamas of Hamas. Amen.
http://www.messianicfellowship.50webs.com/hamas.html

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