Netanyahu tells Ban Ki-moon Hamas is ISIS and ISIS is Hamas

August 24, 2014 Agencies
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Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has reiterated his claim that Hamas is ISIS and ISIS as Hamas…this time to the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu        Photo: Henry Benjamin

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Photo: Henry Benjamin

A release issued following their conversation yesterday states that Netanyahu told him that Hamas had again violated a ceasefire this week and that it was responsible for the escalation.

The Prime Minister pointed out that this was the eleventh time that Hamas had violated a ceasefire and noted that it was Hamas which had violated all of the ceasefires while Israel had honored them.

Prime Minister Netanyahu said that Hamas was committing a double war crime by hiding behind the residents of Gaza while firing at Israel in order to carry out a large-scale slaughter of Israeli civilians. He added that it was in this manner that Hamas murdered a four-year-old Israeli boy yesterday.

Netanyahu added that in contrast Israel does not intentionally attack civilians and expresses regret when this happens inadvertently. He added that Israel has allowed the entry of food and humanitarian equipment for the residents of Gaza even as Hamas has shelled the crossing through which goods are delivered.

He reiterated that the world saw that Hamas is like ISIS, which carries out mass executions, and noted that Hamas is like ISIS in that it persecutes and oppresses minorities. He pointed out that the charters of both organizations call for the establishment of an Islamic caliphate and that both organizations use the same murderous methods. Therefore, the Prime Minister asserted, Hamas is ISIS and ISIS is Hamas.

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One Response to “Netanyahu tells Ban Ki-moon Hamas is ISIS and ISIS is Hamas”
  1. Gil Solomon says:

    Here he goes again babbling on to the UN Secretary General about the link between ISIS and Hamas. If this man were capable of connecting the dots he would know by now that Fatah/Abbas are no different to Hamas. They’re all one and the same, yet this “leader” still has faith in Abbas and wants to resurrect a peace process that Abbas has rejected, a peace process that should be understood by anyone who follows the events, is a process well and truly dead and buried.

    Instead of repeating ad nauseum about Hamas’ use of human shields, about how they target civilians, about Israel’s supply of humanitarian supplies to the enemy in time of war, that Hamas violated ceasefire after ceasefire that he stupidly entered into knowing full well that they would do just that, this man should get on with ruthlessly prosecuting this war in order to finish Hamas once and for all.

    Apparently Israel has the means but under Netanyahu, not the will.
    The current policy of warning the enemy prior to a strike is an insanity no nation on the face of the earth would even contemplate.

    All this man says time and time again is that Hamas will pay dearly for this or that. Which terrorist leader in his right mind takes the slightest notice of Netanyahu anymore. The current leadership simply do not strike fear in the hearts of the enemy and the time has come for a unity Government with someone at the top who will show no mercy to the enemy and get the job done.

    If the object is to win the war with the unconditional surrender of the enemy, then the time has come to respond militarily in a way that will allow the hostile world media to describe the response not with that ludicrous terminology “disproportional” but accurately for once as “devastating”.

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