Friday, January 20, 2012

News the HP Doesn't Cover: Zoabi and Hamas

The Huffington Post wants its readers to believe that Israeli Arabs are 100% loyal to Israel and anyone who says otherwise is racist. Therefore, it had no reason to publish this enlightening story:

A recent IDF raid on Hamas offices in the West Bank city of Tulkarem yielded various intelligence assets as well as a photo of a familiar political figure – MK Hanin Zoabi (Balad).
The photo, recovered in a raid held in December, depicts a smiling Zoabi alongside four known Hamas members, including Aziz Dwaik, the movement's most senior representative in the West Bank and Mariam Saleh, the former minister of women's affairs in Hamas government in Gaza.

Both Dwaik and Saleh have served time in Israeli prisons for alleged involvement in a terror organization.

The meeting took place shortly after Dwaik was released from prison.  

Zoabi confirmed that she had met with Dwaik and Saleh in December: "The military shouldn’t be conducting these raids, but rather put an end to the occupation," she said Thursday.

"About 20 people took part in that meeting and the Shin Bet gave ne no trouble about it. Why should they? The entire world recognizes Hamas now and I think it's time Israel did so as well. We don't consider Hamas to be a terror organization," she said."


  1. Point in fact Israel has zero US tanks and submarines. All tanks are indigenous all subs are German. All F-16's and F-15's are of course American therefore 100% of that money went back to US firms employing Americans in the US. The flight avionics and other electronics are Israeli paid out of Israeli funds. As far as 'guns' is concerned most IDF troops use indigenous developed and built small arms.

  2. Time to strip her of her position and put her on trial for treason. And not only her, Ibrahim Sarsour and Masud Ghnaim have been caught committing treason as well. They all belong in prison for long terms, at least as long as the captivity of Ron Arad.


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