France and Spain Bid to “Legalize” Hamas

Folks, France and Spain are working towards removing Hamas from the EU’s list of terror organizations, the London-based newspaper Asharq al-Awsat reported Sunday.

Folks, I am going to ask YOU to morally weigh these Hamas attacks:

1 June 2001 genocide bombing of a Tel Aviv discotheque, murdering 21 people, and wounding 120;

9 August 2001 genocide bombing of a Jerusalem restaurant, murdering 15 people, and wounding 130;

1 December 2001 double genocide bombing on Ben Yehuda Street pedestrian mall in Jerusalem, murdering
11 people, and wounding 188;

2 December 2001 genocide bombing of a #16 bus in Haifa, murdering 15 people, and wounding 40;

9 March 2002 genocide bombing of a Jerusalem cafe, murdering 11 people, and wounding 54;

27 March 2002 genocide bombing of a Netanya hotel on first night of Passover, murdering 30 people, and wounding 140;

18 June 2002 genocide bombing of a #32A bus in Jerusalem, murdering 19 people, and wounding 74;

4 August 2002 genocide bombing of #361 bus at Meron junction, murdering nine people, and wounding 50;

21 November 2002 genocide bombing of a #20 bus in Jerusalem, murdering 11 people, and wounding 50;

5 March 2003 genocide bombing of a #37 bus in Haifa, murdering 17 people, and wounding 53;

18 May 2003 genocide bombing of a #6 bus in Jerusalem, murdering 7 people, and wounding 20;

11 June 2003 genocide bombing of #14A bus in Jerusalem, murdering 11 people, and wounding over 100;

19 August 2003 genocide bombing of a #2 bus in Jerusalem, murdering 23 people, and wounding over 130;

9 September 2003 genocide bombing of a Jerusalem cafe, murdering seven people, and wounding 70;

29 January 2004 genocide bombing of a #19 bus in Jerusalem, murdering 11 people, and wounding 44.

I await your responses.

France and Spain Bid to “Legalize” Hamas

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