Friday, July 15, 2011

New Poll: 73% Of The Arabs in The West Bank Support The Hamas Charter

A new poll in Arabic done by the Beit Sahour-based Palestinian Center for Public Opinion and sponsored by the Israel Project a Left wing think tank, shows that a vast majority of 'Palestinians' in Judea and Samaria support the Hamas Charter, including its genocidal aspects.

In particular, 73% support the inclusion in the Hamas 'Martyr's Oath' of a part of Islamic scripture, the Hadith Sahih Bukhari, Volume 4, Book 52, Number 177, a record of the deeds and words of Mohammed, which says: “The Hour will not be established until you fight with the Jews, and the stone behind which a Jew will be hiding will say. “O Muslim! There is a Jew hiding behind me, so kill him.”

Only 34 percent accept the idea of two states for two peoples according to the intensive, face-to-face survey in Arabic of 1,010 Palestinian adults in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
When they were asked about US President Barack Obama’s statement that “there should be two states: Palestine as the homeland for the Palestinian people and Israel as the homeland for the Jewish people” only 34% said they accepted that concept, while 61% rejected it.

Sixty-six percent said the Palestinians’ real goal should be to start with a two-state solution as a start to taking all of it and making one Palestinian state, which essentially means one free of Jews.

An amazing 92% said all of Jerusalem should be the capital of Palestine, 1% said the capital of Israel, 3% the capital of both, and 4% a neutral international city.

72% percent agreed with deliberately denying the thousands of years of Jewish history in Jerusalem, 62% supported kidnapping IDF soldiers and holding them hostage, and 53% were in favor or teaching songs about hating Jews in Palestinian schools.

One finding the pollsters claim is 'positive' is that only 22% support firing rockets at Israeli cities and citizens and that two-thirds preferred diplomacy over violent “resistance.”

Actually, in view of the other results I see this reflecting more of a feeling that violence is counterproductive tactically at this particular time, with the 'Palestinians' attempting to push for statehood via the UN rather than any feeling that it's morally wrong.

In other words,diplomacy for now, to see what we can talk the stupid Jews into giving us without a struggle. The final result makes sense in no other context given the other results.

Interestingly enough, the margin of 'Palestinians' who support the genocidal Hamas Charter is almost exactly the percentage who voted for Hamas in the last elections that were held.

Nothing's changed.

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