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Re: Hamas
by Jonathan Davis
08 April 2002 14:23 UTC
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Label it nonsense if you will, but the UK has an extraordinarily severe
anti-terror laws that are a grave infringement of our civil liberties.

Tony Blair is the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. He is the
(overwhelmingly popular)  democratically elected leader of the nation. He is
not a terrorist.

He has spread a message of war - against the Taliban/  al Qai'da (mission
accomplished)  and against the despot (and mass murderer) Saddam Hussein.

George Bush is the President of the United States of America. He is not a

Jacques Chirac  is the President of the Republic of France. He is not a

Ariel Sharon is the Prime Minister of Israel. His nation is at war and
regularly suffers large scale butchery of its citizens by fanatical suicide
bombers who have sworn to annihilate he and his people. He is not a

Hamas is a terrorist organisation fighting for the destruction of Israel
and the restoration of the entire region as an Islamic Waqf. It is a
self-professed Islamic  nationalist movement. It has a long history of
murdering of innocents. By suspending your judgement of these killers are
you also suspending judgement of the Israeli activities in the West Bank?

May the Intefada blow itself out and may peace, dialogue and sanity return
to that troubled place.

If Hamas even came close to "winning", it would not matter.  I sincerely
doubt the Jews would submit themselves to another Holocaust.  The entire
region will glow with post nuclear radioactivity before Israel is conquered
by force.



----- Original Message -----
From: "HARKO VANDE LOOCK" <harko8@hotmail.com>
To: <wsn@csf.colorado.edu>
Sent: Monday, April 08, 2002 1:14 PM
Subject: Re: Hamas

> What is this nonsence about terrorism and prosecution under Section 12
> blabla?
> Tony BLair is a terrorist and is able to spread his message of war against
> the Afghan and the Iraki people on every T.V.-station in the world. George
> Bush is a terrorist, Jacques Chirac is a terrorist, Ariel Sharon is a
> terrorist.
> Hamas is an organisation fighting for the liberation of the Palestinian
> people. We might not agry with this means or even with this religioes
> But so what? Who are we to judge him.
> Long live the Palestinian Liberation Intifada! and long live President
> Arafat!
> This last part is perhaps a bit sloganesq, but so is "axes of evil", "war
> against terrorism" and "war on drugs".
> >From: "Jonathan Davis" <jonathan.davis@lineone.net>
> >To: "Seyed Javad" <seyedjavad@hotmail.com>
> >CC: <>
> >Subject: Re: Appeal from Sheikh Ahmed Yassin Founder of "Hamas"-
> >Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 10:48:06 +0100
> >
> >Dear Seyed,
> >
> >Hamas are a terrorist organisation. Why are you propagating their
> >message? Who does this address -  "slay them wherever ye catch them, and
> >turn them out from where they have turned you out;"? Please be specific.
> >
> >I might remind you that Hamas is one of the groups banned by the UK
> >Terrorism Act 2000. You may be risking prosecution under Section 12  of
> >Act by propagating this call to arms by a proscribed terrorist
> >organisation.
> >
> >
> >  - The Hamas Charter
> >http://www.cdn-friends-icej.ca/isreport/hamas.html
> >
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