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    • JJ
    • 03.12.07 | 21:15 (IST)

    Heard a lot of ignorant things before, but never has the pal/Arab willingness to never accept responsibility for their own actions and choices, and always always always blame israel for ALL of their problems, been so blatantly apparent as in your statement for the supposed roots of Hamas. Its laughable and absurd. Any number of organizations could have been formed by, for, and because of palestinians and their grievances, Hamas was one of the worst possible outcomes. Love how there are those such as yourself who would justify any philosophy or actions of a group like Hamas as long as their are palestinian grievances. The birth of such an organization is a truly telling example of Arab/extremist Muslim/Pal psychology, consumption by hatred, willingness to take only the easiest, most violent way, and blindness from an extremist version of the faith which defies reason, compromise, or good sense.

    from the article: PA: Dozens of Hamas charities dismantled in West Bank
    First published 00:00 03.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 03.12.07
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