Yesterday, Reuters filed a report, about one of the released female terrorists addressing school children in Gaza:
“I hope you will walk the same path we took and God willing, we will see some of you as martyrs,” Wafa al-Biss (1) told dozens of children who came to her home in the northern Gaza Strip.”
“The children cheered and waved Palestinian flags and chanted: “We will give souls and blood to redeem the prisoners. We will give souls and blood for you, Palestine.”
This is a great example of “out of the mouths of babes……” , and shows that peace with Hamas is, probably, impossible.
The video, below, is an example of what happened in the past when the children were brainwashed in this way.
The Palestinian PR machine should try to explain this to the world.
Of course, it will not, because it has no need to.
Even if the world heard, and took the words at face value, it would simply shrug and mumble some justification, and look the other way.
She was not the only former prisoner to express such opinions. Many others followed the same line.
For sure these words will translate into actions in due course.
So now is not the time to lift the blockade on Gaza.
Living is not so difficult there, despite the best efforts of the propagandists, and their apologist supporters, to convey a different message. Around 300 trucks transport supplies every day, and have been doing so for months. Together with the smuggled goods, Gaza now has food and other necessities in abundance.
They have the leadership they deserve, which they freely voted into power.
They simply need to be left alone to live with the consequences!
Andyboy – Telling it as it is!
(1) She was caught with 10 kilos of explosive sewn into her underwear on her way to a suicide bombing mission.
The bizarre irony is, that her target was Soroka Hospital in Be’er Sheva. And in particular, the medical staff who had treated her over a period of 3 months, for burns she sustained in an accident at home.
- Failed Bomber: Struggle Against Israel Must Go On (abcnews.go.com)
- Palestinians who killed for a cause return to a changed battlefield (guardian.co.uk)