Sunday, August 16, 2009

Rooting For Hamas

I never thought I'd ever side with Hamas on anything, but that's just what happened this weekend. The Muslim terrorist organization which controls Gaza confronted an Al Quaeda-linked group, Jund Ansar Allah (Soldiers of God's Companions), after the group's leader declared Gaza an Islamic emirate under his control. Hamas killed this leader, Abdul-Latif Moussa, and other members of the fringe group.

Had Jund Ansar Allah not existed, Hamas would have to invent it. It's a great way to show the world that everything is relative. Sure, Hamas is a group of radical Islamic terrorists, but compared to Al Quaeda, they're like Switzerland.

Okay, not quite Switzerland...


  1. One day you'll quite calling them a 'terrorist organisation': it seems they're now backing 'cultural resistance'. Some credit should be due.

  2. I truly do hope they'll stop being terrorists. They haven't reached that point yet, though. In Gaza, they aren't firing rockets because they don't want a repeat of Cast Lead. They aren't successful in sending out terrorist attacks from the West Bank because of the PA's efforts, the wall and the IDF.