Gaza sea - one of the oldest cities in the world. Now you see why Jews want to destroy it.

Hamas requirements: Eminently Reasonable so it will be objected of course


REASON IS NOT AT ISSUE; CAPITULATION IS THE GOAL
Westerners have a very hard time understanding why Palestinians resist, and why they resist with arms when they must know that the retaliation by the Jewish military state will be with overwhelming force at the cost of lives and property. The reason is that they have been ethnically cleansed from land upon which they have lived since before there were even any Hebrew tribes; they have had relatives massacred; their villages razed; they are refugees who are -in contravention of international law- are not able to go back home; they are strangled economically and geographically; slandered and libelled as “terrorists;” they are repressed and oppressed and humiliated and degraded by Gentile-hating Jews who see them not as fellow human beings, but as chattel with no soul and who stand obstinately in the way of dreams of mythical glory and lebensraum for Jews from Brooklyn. There is no question of peaceful talks with the Jewish military state – the absence of armed hostilities has not accomplished anything for Palestinians except more of the above. So here is what Hamas, the democratically elected governing party of all of Palestine (it was Fatah who took over the ‘West Bank’ in a coup, contrary to Jewish-owned and dominated media’s lies) and Islamic Jihad require, which is sovereignty and self-determination– guaranteed by the UN Charter and Declaration of Human Rights. It is quite reasonable and surely the people of the world would only want the same for themselves and their children, which is exactly why it will be rejected by the Talmudic state. [Look at the photo above – Gaza is one of the oldest cities in the world, full of beauty and an ancient and mature culture, which is why the Jews want to destroy it.]

16 July, 2014 Ma’an
Hamas and Islamic Jihad have submitted a list of 10 demands to Egypt to establish a 10-year truce with Israel, the Hebrew-language daily Maariv reported Wednesday.

Maariv quoted a “high-profile” Palestinian source as confirming that Hamas and Islamic Jihad were willing to sign a truce if their 10 conditions were met.

The first demand, according to Maariv (a Hebrew newspaper), is the withdrawal of Israeli military tanks from the border fence area to a distance that enables Gaza farmers to access their fields and tend them freely.

In addition, Israel must free all Palestinian prisoners detained after the abduction and killing of three Israeli teenagers in the southern West Bank including those who were freed as part of Gilad Shalit prisoner swap [whom the Jewish military state promptly re-arrested and holds as ‘administrative detainees’- ed]. This precondition also includes softening procedures against all prisoners in Israeli custody.

A third demand stipulates that Israel ends the crippling siege on the coastal enclave, which means reopening all border crossings and allowing the entry of construction materials and all requirements needed to run the Gaza Strip’s power station.

The fourth demand stipulates the opening of an international seaport and international airport in the Gaza Strip to be run and monitored by the United Nations.

Hamas and Islamic Jihad also demanded that Israel increases the Gaza fishing zone to 10 nautical miles and allows Gaza fishermen to use large fishing ships.

Furthermore, the Rafah crossing between Egypt and the Gaza Strip should be monitored by international crews from friendly and Arab countries.

Israel must commit to a ceasefire for 10 years which includes closing Gaza airspace to Israeli aircraft, it added.

Moreover, Israel must give Gaza residents permission to visit Jerusalem and pray in the al-Aqsa Mosque.

Another stipulation demands that Israel abstain from any intervention in Palestinian internal affairs including political arrangements and the reconciliation agreement and all its consequences.

Finally, the Gaza industrial zone must be re-established.

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