Wednesday, 25 May 2011

HAMAS and FATAH meet in Russia.

   HAMAS and FATAH both met in Russia this week. HAMAS is an infamous organization fighting against Israel to help the oppressed Palestinian population. For this, HAMAS was marked as a terrorist organization for several aggressions against Israel in countries such as Israel itself, the U.S. , Canada, and even Japan apparently. However, not every country recognizes them as terrorists. I am not sure about FATAHs past, but I believe they too are linked to 'terrorist' acts by fighting the Zionist regime in the middle east. When both organizations met in Russia this week, Russia said it would back the position of a new Palestinian state emerging. Personally, I do not know what to think of this. Either Russia wants to itself install a puppet state, and stick it to the U.S. or whether they are looking for new business opportunities within the business sect of war corporatism should a legitimate conflict erupt once more on a grand scale. Myself, I am for a new Palestinian government as I see these people abused, tortured, killed, and discriminated against by the Israel government who treats this people as second class citizens. I have watched many news reports where Israeli troops stormed houses of the Palestinians, and murdering civilians, as well as Palestinian homes being destroyed to be remade into new ones for Israelis. But the largest atrocity I have yet seen by them was when Gaza was walled off and the people would live in utter poverty, at the hands of the government.  


11 comments:

  1. At least they are fighting for a good cause, anti-terrorism.

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  2. It should be interesting to see how this turns out

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  3. Thats sad to hear about how the people are treated. If a new government is enstated hopefully issues like those get resolved.

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  4. Just read that in the G8 summit, Canada takes a strong pro-Israel stance, which isnt going to be helping the people there.

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  5. None of this would be happening without the UN putting a deadline on the negotiations. So interesting.

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  6. btw you should write more often haha

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  7. Sorry my bad, I was busy lately.

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