The terror group admits yet again that its ultimate goal is to wipe the State of Israel off the face of the Earth.
The book spared no details. It described mass torture and massacre of Israelis, execution of captive soldiers, abuse of Israeli women, cruel assassinations of Israeli leaders, and even the creation of institutions that would replace those of the Jewish state.
Inspired by such literature, Palestinian and Muslim extremists have written their fair share of similar “end of days” documents, the latest of which was inspired and sponsored by the Hamas terrorist organization.
Written on Sept. 30, Promise of the Hereafter – Post-Liberation Palestine includes almost all of the elements the Newsweek journalists used in their book over half a century ago, like the genocide of the Jews and the creation of a “right of return” for Palestinians, who would build their homes on the ruins of Israel.
It is crucial for the world to know about the existence of such “literature,” for many in Europe, the United States and other countries around the world have recently ceased to treat Hamas as a terror group. The first to do so was Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has often stated that Hamas is “a resistance movement working to liberate the occupied territories of the Palestinians” rather than a terrorist organization. And Erdogan is just the tip of the iceberg.
Two years ago, Israel’s Strategic Affairs Ministry conducted an investigation into Hamas’ conduct in Western countries and revealed that it operated through hundreds of civil society organizations to advance its radical agenda. The ministry expressed concern that some of these organizations’ budgets, state grants and donations – especially to Palestinian, British and American ones – were funding well-known terror groups, including Hamas.
Not a lot has changed since the time the report was published and Israel struggles or does not try hard enough to take action against such conduct by Hamas. What the Jewish state must do is make the Hamas document known to embassies around the world, in the exact countries Hamas is aided by civil society organizations. According to the latest data, there are over 300 such groups.
This, of course, is just one way to persuade Western countries and international organizations to sever ties with Hamas whose ultimate goal – as it often states – is to destroy the State of Israel, exile and murder most of its residents, and bring about the return of Palestinians “from the Diaspora.”