“Son of Hamas” is NOT a supporter of Israel

by 1389 on October 31, 2011

in Canada, Israel, Julia Gorin (colleague), Palestinians

Julia Gorin writes:

Sorry it’s so late, but here’s the info. Basically, Walid Shoebat caught this “Son of Hamas” guy saying one thing to English-speaking and Jewish audiences, and another to Arabic audiences. He tells the Arabs that the way to break support in the U.S. for israel is through the churches. They’ve got to implant themselves and their speakers in the churches, since that’s where the support comes from. These are the relevant links that my husband dug back up on him:

He’s a fraud:

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Arius October 31, 2011 at 6:36 pm

This does not surprise me. Be very careful about any Muslim, even if they say that they converted.

2 WLIL October 31, 2011 at 11:58 pm

I agree with what Arius said above.

3 EncompassedRunner November 2, 2011 at 3:10 pm

I would trust “Son of Hamas” with my life. I would not trust Walid with anything.

4 Lakshmana February 10, 2012 at 7:08 pm

Review by Michael W. Perry for Rating: This is a pvatocovire look inside the Palestinian version of radical Islam and, more importantly, at the contrast between an Islam that uses the sword (violence) to convert and a Christianity whose founder warned that, “Those who live by the sword, die by the sword.” Hamas began by directing violence against Jews, but as the author notes that violence quickly became internalized and directed against fellow Palestinians. That’s why there’s no need to rush toward an independent Palestinian state. It’d be a corrupt, hell-hold for all but a few at the very top.Though the author makes no mention of the fact, it’s also worthy of note that the very movements in Western Europe and the United States that are finding common cause with radical Islam (i.e. opposing the war to overthrown Saddam), are the very movements that, a generation ago, had no problem with the great miseries created by the Soviet domination of Eastern Europe and, a generation before that, so idolized Stalin that the murderous dictator himself sneeringly referred to them as “useful idiots.” As George Orwell observed, their vision is of a boot crushing all freedom out of the world. They care not whether the rationale is Das Kapital or the Koran. Michael W. Perry, editor of Theism and Humanism : The Book that Influenced C. S. Lewis

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