More ossified nonsense from Ossinev.
Hamas and Likud charters: is it true that they are equally evil?
written by a Lebanese Arab concludes:
"The one and only similarity between the Hamas charter and the “Likud charter” (see note 1) is that the Hamas charter aims to take over land that is internationally recognized as belonging to Israel (i.e., within the pre-1967 borders) while the “Likud charter” aims to annex land recognized internationally as Palestinian land, although not part of a recognized state"
"The Hamas charter aims to impose “Islamic Sharia (law)” on “Palestine”, so the tyranny that the residents of Gaza live under would be extended to all of “Palestine”. On the other hand the Likud and its “charter” have always respected the Israeli liberal democratic system of government. "
"The Hamas charter is very explicit in promoting hatred towards Jews and other “infidels” while
the “Likud charter” talks about “cultivating love of the country in the hearts of the people”, and it displays no hatred towards other nations or religions."
"Hamas has repeatedly shown its willingness to use terrorism, to sacrifice the lives of Palestinians, and even to indoctrinate and abuse children in order to destroy Israel and replace it with an Islamic Caliphate. The Likud has only used non-violent means (albeit illegal means in the eyes of many in the international community) towards its goal of “safeguarding the right of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel”, which consist of building houses for Israelis, both Jews and non-Jews."
"Hamas has never (truly) accepted a two-state solution, in theory or in practice. False reports that its leader had accepted it were later denied by Hamas. In one of its more recent statements on this topic, Hamas reiterated that “it would never accept the two-state solution or give up ‘one inch of the land of Palestine’”. While the “Likud charter” pledges to safeguard “the right of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel”, during his tenure as Prime Minister, its leader, Benjamin Netanyahu, has taken steps in the direction of a two-state solution – even though he does not believe that it is a realistic objective in the short term due to the unfavorable conditions on the Palestinian side."
"It is abundantly clear that there is no moral equivalency between the Hamas charter and the “Likud charter”, and there is even less moral equivalency between the Palestinian and Israeli sides of the conflict. This is yet another attempt by anti-Semites to mislead people into supporting an anti-Israel agenda that is not based on concrete or defensible evidence."