“Why Don’t Al Qassam attack West Bank wall?” asks a commenter named iranian, referring to the Israeli security barrier. “The West Bank wall is massive. You couldn’t hope for a bigger and more difficult to defend target than that.”
With a syntax jarring to those of us living outside of Gaza, the poster alqassam commandos writes back that “If Al-Qassam Brigades can do this they will do but Israel now don’t allow any money to reach to Al-Qassam Brigades and always kill Al Qassam Brigades members.”
“It can’t be just about money,” iranian snaps back. “They still have Al-Qassam rockets, RPG, explosives. They can use those weapons. Considering the zionists are using the wall to steal land, I can not understand why the resistance don’t attack it.”
“But brother rockets and other weapons are in Gaza only not in West Bank,” alqassam commandos responds, punctuating his sentence with a digital frown.
Not to be deterred, iranian explains that, “They can use shaheed to place explosives next to it or dig under it, then blow it up from underneath. Did Al-Qassam not do this already in Gaza, under a zionist base?”
For English-speaking Web Surfers looking to catch up on the latest terrorist attacks, suggest new ones, or vent about criminal acts committed by the Zionist pigs and their enablers in Washington, the new Website of Ezzedeen Al-Qassam Brigades offers the perfect opportunity. Also known as the armed wing of Hamas, Ezzedeen Al-Qassam has launched its first English language website in an attempt to polish its image, as Hamas is in the midst of a power struggle with the rival Fatah party led by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
“Hamas has collected millions of dollars to improve its information campaign,” a Palestinian Authority official told the Jerusalem Post, which reported that the money was raised by the terrorist group in recent visits to “some Arab and Islamic countries.”
The site features news, press releases, and videos aimed at educating English readers on Hamas’s progress toward its goal of destroying Israel. In addition to profiling the group’s martyrs, the site explains why it’s absurd to believe that a person who blows himself up is committing suicide, which would be strictly forbidden by the Koran. According to the site, “the one who blows up the enemies of Allah by blowing up himself as well cannot be considered a suicide, and he is, Allah willing, a martyr.”
Most of the fun is reserved for the forum, where participants post articles and engage in debates. In one exchange, Assad-u-LLAH asked readers to “take minute and pray for saddam’s soul…remember he supported Palestine,” while a moderator, Rehmat, contended that “Saddam was nothing more than a puppet, whose strings were pulled by the thugs and butchers sitting in highest chairs in Riyadh, Washington and Tel Aviv.”
In another thread titled, “No silence anymore,” Abu Qais vowed, “we are ready to burn the past, destroy the present, to have the future, and we know that it will be our future.”
American readers may think they know all there is to know about the scandals of the Clinton administration, but if they weren’t reading the Al-Qassam forum, they wouldn’t know that “Bill Clinton had ‘oral sex’ with a White House intern — but later revealed that the intern Monica Lewinski was a Jewes ‘call-girl’ planted by Israeli Mossad to suck some secrets out of US president.”
When LeastLikedGuy asked for documentation of this and other examples of a Zionist conspiracy, Assad-u-LLAH responded by calling him a “nazi joo boy” and declaring “hey to bad we didn’t get you all but we going to :).”
But not all U.S. leaders are berated in the forum — it seems that our 39th president has a bit of a following in the Hamas community. One post titled “Jimmy Carter — Not Just Peanuts” favorably quotes a recent Los Angeles Times op-ed by the anti-Zionist from Georgia. At least he’s feeling the love somewhere.
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