Sunday, October 27, 2013

Hamas Issues Order To Shoot Any Opposition Protesters In the Head

I shouldn't have to remind anyone that Hamas is the governing body of Gaza, it is the government so what we are now seeing is an elected government issuing a death warrant against any political opposition in the land they govern.

This is no different than the government of Turkey issuing a command that all political opposition that shows up to rally on a Turkish street will all be shot through the head.

Oh yeah, good old Hamas...the "poor and oppressed" Hamas...let's give these blood thirsty killers more money, right Hillary?  right John Kerry?  right Barack Hussein Obama?

The story comes from Israel National News.

Hamas Orders: Shoot Protesters 'In the Head'

Hamas has reportedly issued orders to shoot any opposition protesters in the head.

Sources in the Palestinian Authority told the Palestine Press news agency on Saturday that the Interior Minister in Hamas’s government in Gaza, Fathi Hamad, has instructed security forces to be tough on any anti-Hamas demonstrator who will take part in a campaign by the opposition scheduled to begin on November 11.

According to the report, these instructions to the security forces were given out during a meeting between Hamad and the security forces. The meeting was attended by senior Hamas leader Mahmoud Al-Zahar, and dealt with ways of dealing with the planned mass protests against the Hamas government.

During the meeting, Hamad reportedly said, "I want you to shoot in the head any person who comes out against our government. I do not want anyone injured.”

According to the sources, it was Al-Zahar, usually known for his extremist views, who explained that Hamad did not mean for security forces to shoot protesters in the head, but rather to act to prevent chaos on the streets of Gaza.

The "Tamarod" youth movement in Gaza has called for mass-demonstrations against Hamas on November 11th, on the anniversary of the death of PLO leader Yasser Arafat.

"Tamarod" (or "Rebel") is the name of the popular anti-Islamist youth movement which led popular protests against Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi in the run up to his removal by the military.

Tamarod calls Hamas a “gang,” slamming it as morally and financially corrupt, and blames the Islamist movement for the imposition of Islamic law on many aspects of Gazan life, corruption, killing innocent people, demolishing mosques, and oppressing the population of Gaza in the name of religion.

In recent months, Hamas security agencies have detained dozens of Fatah-affiliated political activists, accusing them of belonging to Tamarod.


Tadeusz Bór- Komorowski said...

Any chance a Senate select committee would allocate a few million dollars for Tamarod? Just a thought.

The Duhnmharu said...

Obama will no doubt ok the MB doing a hit on Tamarod. Obama does so love Islam and want to be part of teh next caliphate.

Tadeusz Bór- Komorowski said...

You think if Obama is reluctant to help Tamarod that perhaps the Egyptian military might provide some covert aid?