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News, February 2009
Dictatorship of the Zionist Terroristic Political Parties to Subjugate the Palestinian Majority
By Hassan El-Najjar
ccun.org, February 11, 2009
Yesterday, citizens of the Zionist state of Israel voted in a general parliamentary elections. The Zionist propaganda machine in NATO countries hailed the elections as a proof of democracy.
In reality, the Israeli Zionist regime is a dictatorship representing about five million Zionist Jews, who rule by force more than eleven million Palestinians, half of them still live in Palestine and the other half are dispersed around the world. They have been dispossessed by the Zionist Israelis since 1948.
The Zionist dictatorial regime lives on billions of dollars of squeezed aid from the US and other NATO countries, as well as from Jews in these countries. Without this economic and military aid, the Zionists could not have maintained their military occupation of Palestine.
The recent Israeli war on Gaza demonstrated that there is no difference between the competing Zionist parties whether they pose as conservative right-wing or liberal left-wing parties. All committed war crimes against Palestinian children and women. All share the same ideology of the dispossession and subjugation of the Palestinian people.
Whether the coming prime minister of the Israeli occupation government is Livni or Natenyaho, there will be no difference for peace in Palestine, the Middle East, and the world.
During the election campaigns, the competition was about who is more capable to hit the Palestinians harder, who is more credible in threatening Iran and Hizbullah, and incite the US enough to attack Iran or support an Israeli attack on Iran.
It's an imperialist regime, which thrives on wars, death, and destruction.
Until the world, particularly NATO countries, faces this reality and disarms the Zionist state, it won't enjoy peace. More wars for Israel means more military spending, which also means more financial disasters and economic catastrophes.
Barhoum: All Israeli political parties have criminal record with the Palestinians
[ 10/02/2009 - 10:20 PM ]
Fawzi Barhoum, the spokesman of Hamas Movement in the Gaza Strip said on Tuesday that Hamas and the Palestinian people see no difference between Israeli political leaders as all of them are working to exterminate the Palestinian people.
In a statement he issued in reaction to the Israeli elections, and a copy of which was obtained by the PIC, Barhoum explained that the Palestinian people had experienced leaders of the Zionist criminality over the past 17 elections since the Hebrew state was illegally founded on occupied Palestinian lands in 1948, adding that the common denominator between all those leaders was the killing and displacement of Palestinian people.
"He who thinks there are differences between the Zionist occupation criminal leaders is wrong, all of them are terrorists and all of them seek to develop terror schemes against our people who are struggling for their rights," Barhoum said, stressing that a change of faces does not mean a change of policies [towards Palestinians].
In this regard, Barhoum pointed out that Hamas does not wager on the outcome of the Israeli elections and thus its programs take into account the Palestinian people's interests and aspirations rather than who is going to be in power in the Israeli occupation government.
He also stressed that the Zionist terror developed from the terrorism of gangs and militias [in the 1930s and 40s] into institutionalized terrorism that has developed into a culture of the Israeli society which explains the gains made by extremist groups and explains why Israeli leaders campaign for elections by shedding Palestinian blood.
Finally, Barhoum stressed that regardless of who will ascend to power in the Zionist entity, Hamas and the rest of the Palestinian resistance factions will remain faithful to Palestinian people's legal rights and national constants, in addition to defending the Palestinian land to last breath.
Salah: No Israeli party supports establishment of Palestine state
[ 10/02/2009 - 11:48 AM ]
UM AL-FAHAM, (PIC)--
Shaikh Raed Salah, the leader of the Islamic Movement in 1948 occupied Palestine, has asserted that no Israeli party was supporting the establishment of a Palestinian state.
Shaikh Salah, in a press statement, pointed out that during the Israeli parties' election campaign none mentioned the words peace, noting that all parties left and right were supportive of the "savage" war on Gaza.
Any Israeli party calling for establishment of a Palestinian state is deceitful and not telling the truth, he opined, adding that all Israeli parties were only trying to gain time in order to liquidate the Palestine cause and to judaize Jerusalem and the West Bank.
The Islamic leader said that his Movement does not believe in joining the parliamentary elections in the Hebrew state, explaining that the Israeli parliament over its history never endorsed an Arab right or annulled a wrongdoing against the Arabs.
Arab members of that parliament are only voicing protest notes, Shaikh Salah said, adding that their presence in the Israeli parliament is beautifying the image of Israel to the world.
He said that rights are taken through steadfastness on the land and homes, adding that over 60 years of "Zionist occupation" the Palestinians in the 1948 lands were the victims of racial and religious discrimination other than hearing constant calls for their transfer out of their lands.
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