Hamas leaders recently sat down with journalists for the New York Times.
The comments made by its leaders have vindicated Israeli PM Netanyahu’s stance on Hamas, which is to end the organization once and for all.
One thing was made quite clear in the interview… Hamas is more interested in war than it is in controlling Gaza.
We hear that phrase used quite a bit when discussing the Middle East and that is because of the nature of these religious extremist groups.
They will not be happy until all Christians are eradicated, not just Israel.
To that point, Khalil al-Hayya, a member of the terror group’s politburo in Qatar, stated, “What could change the equation was a great act, and without a doubt, it was known that the reaction to this great act would be big.
“We had to tell people that the Palestinian cause would not die.”
Hamas media consultant Taher El-Nounou stated, “I hope that the state of war with Israel will become permanent on all the borders, and that the Arab world will stand with us.”
“Hamas’s goal is not to run Gaza and to bring it water and electricity and such,” says al-Hayya.
He added, “This battle was not because we wanted fuel or laborers.
“It did not seek to improve the situation in Gaza.
“This battle is to completely overthrow the situation.”
Just keep all that in mind when representatives in our own government are calling for a cease-fire.
There is no reasoning with this organization because they only want death… the death of Israel and of all Christianity.
Source: The Times of Israel