Free Gaza from Hamas, not from the Blockade





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Published on Jul 1, 2011

Psychologist and patient examine the motives of Freedom Flotillas, Flytillas and other such ploys to free Gaza that are becoming increasingly fashionable among anti-Israel, Pro-Palestinian Activists.

While their INTENTION to aid the Palestinian people is cause-worthy, their true agenda and MOTIVE are clearly NOT, as we shall soon discover.

On one hand, Activists want to help the Palestinians. But since they need publicity and funding for their cause, they need to find a sure-fire way to do so.

Well, as the Mavi Marmara experience taught us last year, they did. It's call Flotillas, Flytillas and friends...

Isn't it ironic that Turkey, who lead the Mavi Marmara flotilla last year, chose not to participate in the Freedom Flotilla 2? Why not? Becuase it currently doesn't serve their interests and elections are over? Or perhaps because they came to the realization that the Mavi Marmara was simply wrong, and that they would have reacted the same way had they been in Israel's position?

Smart ploy indeed, so why not do it again and again, if it seems to work?

What the Activists don't realize, perhaps, is that by provoking Israel to stop the Gaza blockade, they are in fact severely undermining Israel's ability to defend itself against a sworn enemy, the Hamas government. Let's not forget that the Hamas refuses to privately and publicly accept Israel's right to exist and commits terrorist acts against Israel.

So we kindly request the Activists to find another way to support the Palestinian people without supporting the extreme Hamas government.

We trust that you too would not tolerate the Hamas or Hamas-like goverment knocking on your door.

So why should Israel?


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