Hamas vs. The IDF   Who do you trust the most? The IDF-Terrorists or Hamas/Palestine etc?

Vote Statistics & Data
Total votes: 6587

You are from United States US. You support:

Hamas

3.8%
The IDF

96.2%

Memories US Observer (4 years 6 months ago)

ამბობს: ამ წამები

Mahmoud RU Observer (4 years 7 months ago)

Your poistng lays bare the truth

Mayara RU Observer (4 years 7 months ago)

Kudos! What a neat way of thkniing about it.

Makoto RU Observer (4 years 7 months ago)

Stay intiamrfove, San Diego, yeah boy!

Rosinelson RU Observer (4 years 7 months ago)

I want to send you an award for most helpful intenret writer.

Konstantin RU Observer (4 years 7 months ago)

Essays like this are so important to bridnenoag people's horizons.

Sawsan RU Observer (4 years 7 months ago)

There are no words to describe how boucdioas this is.

Ajmal RU Observer (4 years 7 months ago)

Well done arltcie that. I'll make sure to use it wisely.

Hallan RU Observer (4 years 7 months ago)

You saved me a lot of halsse just now.

Jacksitoxd RU Observer (4 years 7 months ago)

Got it! Thanks a lot again for helipng me out!

Ann DE Observer (4 years 7 months ago)

Tick, it's interesting that when I pgulged the phrase, "territory acquired through war" into Google, the top, and only really relevant result, was the Wikipedia article on United Nations Security Council Resolution 242. So... I guess this rule only really applies to Israel and the Jews. Nice...

Eka FR Observer (4 years 7 months ago)

Surprise, surprise. This mionrng's news is that Hezbollah, Ahmadinejad's proxy Revolutionary Guards in Lebanon, have opened a second front.Hamas is Sunni and Ahamdinejad is Shia, but when it comes to hating infidels, they will make common cause, especially if one of the parties at the table has a lot of petrodollars to help the cause.

JingTian RU Observer (4 years 7 months ago)

If you remember the bminobgs in Spain of March 2004, the "Terrorists" claiming responsibility mentioned the fact that the bminobgs were in retaliation for Muslim lands that were taken during the time of the Inquisition during Queen Isabella's reign. They are serious about this and another writer is correct.....it is not a joke. If only the rest of the Western world understood what they are after.

Bilal CN Observer (4 years 7 months ago)

If you can't keep land taken in war,,,, does tht mean that all our land taken by ROME must be returned to the Israelite peope ?? That would ildnuce the land on the other side of the Jordan river that the Bridish gave to a tribe from the southern arabian lpeninsula, as well as the Sinia because at the time of the Roman conquest it WAS OUR land !

Ram FR Observer (4 years 7 months ago)

Great cartoon as usual. Hamas cllaed for the "return" of Spain and Portugal a couple of months ago and most Americans at least seemed not to understand where that came from. It doesn't come from left field at all, but rather the idea of the greater caliphate that's been around for centuries.I'd be interested in seeing the map you cite though. I have seen a couple of maps that outline how far West the Caliphate goes, but they were varied. I'll email you to see if you could send me the link.

Caid US Observer (4 years 7 months ago)

The letter cuonitnes, "It is true that the State Department allows persons born in territories whose sovereignty is disputed to choose to list their place of birth as reflecting any recognized position in the dispute. There is, however, no legitimate dispute about sovereignty over Jaffa, Tel Aviv or Haifa. These are firmly and indisputably sited within the borders of the State of Israel. No United Nations resolution, no rule of international law, so much as casts doubt that Israel is not sovereign in these places."And yet, the AJC carefully excludes from its protest the fact that the State Dept. violates its own rule by to list Israel as the country of birth of Americans born in Jerusalem.

Leidi RU Observer (4 years 7 months ago)

It is worth mentioning (re: I Tick's commnet re: sympathy with the Palestinians) that when Israel gave the Sinai back to Egypt (in return for...) Israel offered to also give Egypt back the Gaza Strip, and Egypt refused it. Seems they were having some problems with terrorists coming from the Strip, and didn't want to be saddled with it. Sympathy? We may close the crossing to Gaza on one side, but who has completely cut Gaza off on the other? Why isn't Egypt sending truckloads of food, clothing, building materials &tc. into Gaza at least at the rate that Israel does? Why doesn't Egypt allow the Gaza-residing Palestinians to enter Egypt for humanitarian reasons as Israel does, for instance for medical care or to attend university? Whatever the 'common man' in Egypt has a problem with regarding Israel, to say it is about how Israelis treat the Palestinians is foolish and ignorant.

Dimitrije FR Observer (4 years 7 months ago)

These pieces really set a standard in the inysrtud.

Roman FR Observer (4 years 7 months ago)

Son of a gun, this is so hefupll!

vendelau FR Observer (4 years 11 months ago)

mvKmVw Hey Crumb boss!!!!!love this site makes me feel a little upset that i didn\'t find you some years ago after spending a lot of money on books ect but hey ho!!!

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By: Aissa, July 12, 2010

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Category: Religion

Poll relevance: Netherlands

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