Poll: 4 out of 5 Palestinains Support Terrorism

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    Poll Reveals 4 out of 5 Palestinians Support Hamas
    August 05, 2011

    A new poll among Palestinians indicates there's overwhelming support for the charter of the terrorist group Hamas -- a dangerous element if the Palestinians gain statehood in September. 80 percent Palestinians support Hamas. The desire to annihilate the Jewish people is one of the main goals of the Hamas organization.

    "Eighty percent is a very frightening number so it's very disturbing to see these significant numbers," Jennifer Laszlo-Mizrachi, founder and president of The Israel Project. "But that's still not surprising because they have been indoctrinated over generations to hate Israel and Jews," she added.

    Laszlo-Mizrachi says the "Arab spring" uprisings brought about change in the Middle East, but not necessarily for the good." "The paradigm shift can be dangerous because the Muslim Brotherhood and other extremist terrorists could take over Egypt," she explained. "For example, we saw the very dangerous situation where after Israel withdrew from Gaza that the Hamas took over Gaza."
     
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    only 4 out of 5? I think that number is a bit low.
     
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    On 9-11 it was 5 out of 5 Palestinians celebrating terrorism.

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrM0dAFsZ8k]Palestinians celebrating the fall of the twin towers on 911 - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    You thread title is inaccurate. Supporting Hamas is not the same thing as supporting terror.

    Hamas is a terrorist organisation, but it also does a lot of other things which aren't terrorist in nature.
     
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    Supporting Hamas DOES mean supporting terrorism and the genocidal goals of Hamas.
     
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    And we've all known this all along. Libs want to pretend the Palestinians are so oppressed. But the reality is they want those greedy Jews blown away.
     
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    Cause and effect only means something for a lib if it means him getting his way :clap2:
     
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    Supporting Hamas is the same as supporting Al queda. Hamas is considered a terrorist organization by the EU, US, Canada, Australia, UK, India, Japan and many ther countries. In other words, the ones that count. In the US if you're caught supporting Hamas in any way shape or form, you will rot in Federal Prison for a long time. Maybe you can explain all the "great things" about Hamas to the judge?! Ha ha ha.
     
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    That's a result of Palestinian's being sick of the corruption within the PA. It also stems from the fact that the PA sold out the Pals and are now under the control of Israel and US. Hamas refused to be their little bitch and that's why all the terrorist rhetoric has gone ballistic. Because the US and Israel righties, are pissed off because Hamas won't suck their dicks like Abbas did!

    And on the subject of support for Hamas, there's more than 80% that support them. At one time, Israel also supported them.

    Well, how 'bout that!

    And if you want to know why they're so popular (it's not because of terrorism, which they are guilty of doing), it's because they provide essential services to the public.

    And their goal is to end the occupation, not wipe Israel out. They're also willing to amend their charter, but not until Israel recognizes their right to exist.

    Did you see that? They're willing to recognize Israel.

    You keep telling this same lie over and over, even after they acknowledged they'd accept a two-state solution.

    The Israel Project is just like the PNAC. A bunch of asshole fanatics spewing as much propaganda as they possibly can because they wanna be kings of the world.

    And the indoctrination has been at the hands of the Israeli's. You have an entire generation of Palestinian's that grew up knowing nothing but Israeli oppression.

    I like how you say "took over Gaza", which infers that it was a coup. They didn't take over Gaza, they were elected in a democratic election.
     
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    Well, providing social welfare, health care, education and roading services, for instance.

    Supporting the people who provide those services does not mean that one necessarily endorses terror operations carried out by the same organisation.
     

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