Esther HAMAS is not Israels fault - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Aby
    • 29.01.10 | 11:11 (IST)

    You and your likes are telling that Israel's fault is HAMAS. Hamas was founded in 1987 by Ahmet Yasin. He belonged to Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood movement. It is sufficient to look at who are the Muslim Brotherhood movement. It was created before 1948. When HAMAS was created in 1987 Arafat was exiled in Tunus by Sharon which you don't like very much. That means vacuum has been filled by them. Was it better to be Arafat in these times in this area? I don't think so. We all witness what did he done after returning from Tunus. Start a second intifada. So you don't know nothing about your close history and blame everything on Israel. Wake up Esther, If you don't help to your self who would?. Why don't you start to educate yourself, and be proud of your country. Aby

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    First published 01:25 28.01.10 | Last updated 11:04 28.01.10
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