I would say in fairness to you, that neither the contents of PLO or Hamas charter should be given primacy in any negotiations between the Israeli and the Palestinian parties, in any future talks, though there should be an undertaking to eventually remove or edit such sections that seem to call for purely military efforts to "obliterate" Zionists or Israeli Jews/Israel or describe Jews/Zionists in such derogatory terms so as to imply they must be fought against at all costs. i.e. Apes and Pigs references and so on. As for evidence that Hizballah or Hamas are intent on killing Israeli Jews, this is a little disingenuous of you. There was no evidence that Hitler wished to systematically kill Jews, nor is there conclusive evidence from Hamas of such intent. It is more a question of diminishing the status of a group to such an extent that the conditions where a Genocide is possible or likely are created (as with Hitler's Germany) by dehumanising and or demonising an enemy to the point where killing him is considered either a religious duty or a righteous/understandable act. This can be inferred from Hamas own charter and many statements made by prominent Hamas leaders over the years. What can be said is that as long as Israel is militarily strong and is not in a position of vulnerability to Hamas it makes little difference and should not prevent dialogue even if via some third party (Abbas/PA). One would expect that the language of Israel's sworn enemies would change in time to reflect new realities and that the effects of years of dehumanising on both sides would have time to dissipate.
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