Hamas Isn't About Resistance, It's About Global Caliphate

Hamas Militants (Source: Google Images)
Hamas is defeated.
In a time when the Islamic State (IS) is waging Jihad against Syria, Iraq and the West (as declared by a British Jihadist who beheaded an American journalist on camera), it is most curious how Hamas concatenated its actions with its associates' activities.

As the group's duplicity has been exposed, the usual strategy lost its effectiveness as more and more westerners are beginning to realise that fighting Hamas is the same as fighting IS.
Thanks to their Islamist brothers, Hamas is losing the public opinion war as the similarities between itself and the Islamic State (led by Abu Baker al-Bagdhdadi) become clearer:
  • Two Islamist groups whose leadership is corrupt (they recruit individuals to sacrifice their lives for the cause of Allah, while living lavishly in Qatar, Dubai, Iran etc with funds stemming from Sponsor States and criminal activities carried out in Latin-America [Tri-Border] and Africa), 
  • Two groups that view women as second class citizens (going to the point of saying that if they are killed by a female soldier they are not going to heaven), 
  • Two groups that abhor gays (the LGBT community should see what they do to homosexuals: it is not pretty), 
  • Two Islamic groups that persecute and kill minorities (Hamas even used a Christian church in Gaza to launch rockets from, hoping that Israel would target and destroy it on their behalf because they don't want infidels in their Islamic State of Gaza), 
  • Two Islamist groups that deeply hate the West and Jews (although their money is welcome), 
  • Two organisations that have enough representatives in western countries, and thus feel to be in position to threaten America, Britain, France, Germany, Holland, Spain, Italy, Australia, Israel et al, and try to expand their "Khalifah". 
The only difference between Hamas and IS is that the former depends heavily on international tax-payer donations to fund its "cause" and thus it often resorts to lies and deception; whereas IS seems to be more financially independent - in other words, much increasingly dangerous - therefore more faithful to reality in their videos (as they display real corpses and the bloodshed is obvious as you can see here).

What is astonishing when we think about Hamas, IS and other Islamist groups is that they actually receive support from their targets: the US State Department (via the White House) is always pushing Congress to fund Fatah - now united with Hamas, a terrorist group; countries like France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Austria, and Switzerland have the custom of paying ransoms to Islamist terror groups (thus encouraging IS and others to kidnap Western citizens); and the EU pays the salaries of "public servants" in Gaza (making us wondering whether the European Union pays salaries to snipers, rocket launchers and finances the acquisition of weapons), through the Pegase Mechanism.
The UK claims to have been concerned about the crisis in the Middle East, fearing will the huge impact at home - as much as I admire David Cameron's latest efforts to speak against Islamism; I must remind him that his party contributed largely to the present British Nakba and continues to do so whenever it decides to publicly condemn countries that, protecting Europe, serve as a buffer against Radical Islam. Keep it up, UK; and when the crescent strikes the Union Jack: may God Save the Queen.

Certainly, by now, some of you may be accusing me of being a fear-monger (quite a fashionable word for those who stick their head in the sand) or any other fancy word as such; however, the signs are all there and it would be imprudent to ignore them.
As a citizen of the Iberian Peninsula, I know that we have been here before; and now that IS has threatened to rebuild al-Andalus, forgive me for not wanting history to repeat itself.

"The similarities between Hamas and ISIS are more important than their differences. Both would like to establish a Caliphate. Hamas Interior Minister declared as much in this 2013 speech."  -- Noah Beck in Obama's Hypocrisy on Hamas, ISIS and Iran

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  1. May your words be heard!

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    1. Hi Anon :D!

      Thank you for your comment :D.

      Cheers

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  2. Hamas is a loser compared to ISIS but I agree they follow the same violent ideology. Their methods are similar taking out one detail or two out; I think if Hamas had the same capabilities as ISIS they would wipe all Jews from Israel and occupy it even further! We must not let it and our governments must support Israel.

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    1. Hi Pietr :D!

      Hamas is singing victory, have you heard of it?
      Yes, they would...I wish our governments had that fortitude, my friend.

      Pietr, thank you so much for your comment :D.

      Cheers

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  3. Pegase mechanism pays for terrorist acts? Is this how our tax contributions are being used for? I wasn't aware of this, thank you, ma belle. I have to discuss this with some people.

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    1. Salut Louis :D!

      You were missed, darling.
      Well, the Pegase Mechanism pays for Salaries in Gaza and Samaria & Judea so...plus they lost €2.5Bn - where did they go to exactly? The Internal Auditory Service even suggested that the EU should stop paying them salaries as the unaccounted for funds could have been used for terror activities - what does this tell you?

      You're welcome and yes, discuss it, darling.
      Louis, thank you so much for your comment. It was great seeing you back :D.

      Cheers

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  4. Max, yes it's Hamas' true nature. They are helping their brothers to achieve the global caliphate, where the several Islamist groups are in charge of their regional departments, and how long until we all get it? Anyway, Europe is playing a very dangerous game as they sponsor terrorism as much as Qatar does! For what? To keep the Jews on their tip toes.

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    1. Hi Mike :D!

      Regional departments, I never thought of it that way. Thank you *bowing*.
      Yes, but now Germany and the UK want to distance themselves...I wonder who thought of this mechanism in the first place.

      Mike, thank you so much for your comment :D.

      Cheers

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    2. No problem. I want to know who came up with it too, when you find out let us know.

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  5. The EU has a mechanism to fund terror? Now that is new to me, thanks for the info, Max. And the US is not worried about this, what the hell has Obama been doing? Folks, no wonder Putin is making Europe the laughing stock of the world lol.
    Hamas, ISIS, Shit Haram, Ali-Shababa and all the rest of the terror crew are the same shit but only we refuse to see it. How dumb can the west be?

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    1. Hi Adam :D!

      Yes, it has a specific mechanism to fund "Palestine" and money has disappeared - where did it go and does the EU know that it is paying the salaries of militants? It is all so hypocritical.

      LOL LOL Shit Haram and Ali-Shababa? LOL LOL LOL know that I shared your comment, I hope you don't mind (but it was too good not to).

      Adam, always a pleasure. Thank you for your comment :D.

      Cheers

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    1. Hi Rummy :D!

      Crossing our fingers...

      Thank you for dropping by, my friend :D.

      Cheers

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  7. Great to see you back, Max. I don't understand the fuss around this Foley boy cause he chose his ending, reporters choose to be in harm's way and they take stupid risks. But yeah I agree with you, when they say they can't validate the terror committed by ISIS but it is fine to validate that of Hamas and others, they confess that ordinary people's pain, death etc can be exploited by them. Disgusting.
    This post: Hamas lost cause they didn't get what they wanted and they lost terror tunnels, they lost weaponry, their hideouts were exposed, their tactics were exposed, their strategy is out there and now they are being compared to ISIS, that is they are losing the label of resistant to become officially termed as a terrorist group. Plus they lost UN support, so they lost.

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    1. Hi Carl :D!

      Thanks, it's great to be back. True, so true.
      Do you really think they lost UN support? Such a corrupt institution it is, isn't it?

      Carl, thank you so much for your comment, man :D.

      Cheers

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  8. Can't agree more with your thoughts. Its little ironic as also sarcastic in times when we find the US time and again refuses to learn its past lessons and keeps funding rogue agencies for the sake of containment and then that rogue agency grows further to put the lives of common man at stake with their delusional ideas and views that they seek to impose on the world. Once again time for the US to undo their mistakes. Well on a lighter note, the way the world is presently moving, the biblical doomsday prophecies seems to be nearing sooner than expected.

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    1. Hi Kalyan :D!

      Very well said. They do seem to be repeating the same mistakes over and over again - what we need to know is why? Surely their policies of containment have not delivered the expected results, in addition to have exposed them to constant threats. It would be interesting to know who inside the state department, or other agencies, insists on setting the negative course of action. Undoing the mistakes will take courage, does he have it we wonder. Ah, the way things are going...I am inclined to agree with you.

      K, thank you so much for your outstanding comment :D.

      Cheers

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