HAMAS IS NOT THE PROBLEM. ZIONISM IS
It is true that Israel has not introduced gas chambers into Palestinian towns and villages. However, Israel has been killing and tormenting Palestinians since 1948 in a multiplicity of ways which, in their brutality and sheer evil, don’t really differ in substance from Nazi behaviour.
Moreover, it is paramount to remember that the German holocaust started with an idea, much like the idea of Zionism. The Nazi ideology was translated into brutal savagery similar to the actions of those who wish to realise their Zionist dreams. These are rampant in pro-Zionists collective thinking these days, that they continue to drift towards religious, xenophobic and hostile extremism.
In a full-page advert in the Sunday Times of November 8th, 2014, the South African Zionist Federation (SAZF) has spent thousands of Rands in trying to demonise the Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas. What they failed to mention is that the Palestinian catastrophe is now in its seventh decade and all efforts at reaching a political settlement has led to nowhere.
Israel’s self-importance and pomposity in support of a “two-state” solution aside, the Zionist expansion into occupied territory has brought about a de facto one-state entity under Zionist power and control. Rashid Khalidi, of Columbia University and a political analyst of note, wrote: “ a ‘one-state solution’ based on enduring discrimination and oppression is ultimately unsustainable”.
Adam Shatz, in his compilation “Prophets Outcast: A Century of Dissident Jewish Writing about Zionism and Israel”, identifies the predicament as: “The Zionist solution to the Jewish question has created a whole new set of problems which it has so far proved to be incapable of solving”.