Jewish Press: On Tuesday morning, Ismail Haniyeh, Head of Hamas Political Bureau, issued a statement thanking the Qatari Emir’s decision to “support the Palestinian people with $480 million,” thus concluding yet another successful round of the Hamas terrorist enterprise – attacking civilian populations for ransom.
“Hamas movement welcomes the decision of the Qatari Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani to allocate $480 million in support of the Palestinian people in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip,” Haniyeh stated. “I express my thanks and gratitude to Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani and to the government and people of Qatar for this honorable move reflecting the generosity of Qatar.” more …
Opinion: Our Monday headline …
Not One Democrat Presidential Candidate Defended Israel During Rocket Attacks
… we can now say this headline is officially dwarfed. The Arab world, be it Sunni or Shia, has the same common denominator: hatred of Jacob, who is Israel (Genesis 35:10).
According to Bible prophecy that will not change. Two ancient blood lines dominate the hatred:
Abraham Hagar Ishmael
The son of disobedience. Abraham’s wife Sarah laughed (Genesis 18:12) when she heard the Lord tell Abraham that they would have a son, as both were at advanced ages. In an effort to help God out, Sarah told Abraham to sleep with her handmaiden to produce the promised son.
Ishmael was born with Israelite/Gentile blood. After being sent away by Abraham, he settled in the Arabian peninsula in constant enmity towards Isaac:
“He shall be a wild man;
His hand shall be against every man,
And every man’s hand against him.
And he shall dwell in the presence of all his brethren.” Genesis 16:12
Abraham Isaac Esau:
Esau, the eldest twin, sold his birthright to his brother Jacob (Genesis 25:29-24), thereby forfeiting his right to the promised land. Later, in anguish, Esau begged for another blessing (Genesis 27:30-32), which did not change the outcome.
Esau hated Jacob and vowed to kill him (Genesis 27:41):
“So Esau hated Jacob because of the blessing with which his father blessed him, and Esau said in his heart, “The days of mourning for my father are at hand; then I will kill my brother Jacob.”
So it’s 2 against 1. Take a guess who wins?