Is the Guardian the most bigoted newspaper in Britain?
The decision to give a platform to a leader of Jew-hating Hamas shows the Guardian is now wallowing in and drinking from the sewer of history. Read and be shocked
Which of these propositions do you think is correct; and can you identify a moral distinction between them?
The Guardian newspaper has just run an article by someone advocating that black people be returned to the status of slaves.
The Guardian newspaper has just run an article suggesting that landlords be allowed to put up notices saying that Irish people and dogs need not apply for housing.
The Guardian newspaper has just run an article by a political leader whose foundational charter advocates the murder of Jews and promotes conspiracy theories that would not have looked out of place in Nazi Germany.
No prizes for guessing that the third of those propositions is correct on a factual basis. The morality? It’s a race to the bottom.
But given that anti-Semitism gave rise to the greatest single crime in human history, and that the Holocaust was the culmination of a series of horrific crimes that shame every civilisation that has been a party to it... well, you make up your own mind.
On Friday, the Guardian ran a piece in its opinion section by none other than Ismail Haniyeh, leader of Hamas in Gaza and now, it appears, a perfectly acceptable room-mate for the leading voice in Britain’s Liberal-Left.
Let’s not even get into the question of Hamas‘s attitude to gays and women – they support hanging the former and suppressing the latter. (By the way, it’s the gay pride festival today in Tel Aviv, and of course Gaza – no, sorry that last bit was a joke, a sick one, but not as sick as the Guardian editors who commissioned Hamas to write a piece for them.)
The “substance“ of Haniyeh’s piece is the predictable dishonest garbage – it really doesn‘t merit a more respectful description. It’s the standard stuff: “Although under siege in the Gaza Strip, we have endured war and aggression, and withstood attempts to wipe us out without fading away“.
And: “ We do not want more blood. We want help in achieving justice for our people who lost their land and freedom decades ago, and in providing security for a region that has long endured oppression and suffering.“
All lies, of course. Israel has never attempted to wipe out the Palestinians. Hamas does want more blood – it glories in the slaughter of civilians; it has fired thousands upon thousands of rockets at Israel in recent years. Hamas does not want justice; it wants an extreme Islamist theocracy. Neither does Hamas want a two-state solution. It is fully and openly committed to the eradication of the State of Israel.
What would happen to the Jews under such a scenario is almost too awful to contemplate. But it’s not impossible. I will conclude this piece with direct quotations from the Hamas Charter, which is consistently re-affirmed by Hamas officials, day in day out.
If you think I have been too strong against the Guardian, or against Hamas, you are about to understand that if anything I have erred too much on the side of moderation. I urge you to read and share this with every single person you know. The BBC will never publish this sort of thing.
And if you think I’m cherry picking, read the whole thing for yourself.
Direct quotations from the Hamas Charter (source: Yale Law School)
“ Israel will exist and will continue to exist until Islam will obliterate it, just as it obliterated others before it" (The Martyr, Imam Hassan al-Banna, of blessed memory).“
“Our struggle against the Jews is very great and very serious. It needs all sincere efforts. It is a step that inevitably should be followed by other steps. The Movement is but one squadron that should be supported by more and more squadrons from this vast Arab and Islamic world, until the enemy is vanquished and Allah's victory is realised.“
“The Prophet, Allah bless him and grant him salvation, has said: ‘The Day of Judgement will not come about until Moslems fight the Jews (killing the Jews), when the Jew will hide behind stones and trees. The stones and trees will say O Moslems, O Abdulla, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him. Only the Gharkad tree, (evidently a certain kind of tree) would not do that because it is one of the trees of the Jews." (related by al-Bukhari and Moslem).“
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