|Just posted by Mudar Zahran re Jordan
"They are ... in their own world when it comes to radicalism and hatred of Israel ...Their main goal is to eliminate Israel and establish an Islamic state."In that quotation, is Mr Zahran talking about Hamas?
No. He's talking about the attitude of Palestinians in the West Bank, where he spent this past summer.
The entire interview, not overly long, is worth listening to, but the relevant section starts at about 13:15, when Mr Zahran's interviewer asks him whether there are any genuine partners for peace on the Palestinian side.
"[T]hey have had enough of Hamas. They would love to see Hamas go."
"The Palestinian Authority is corrupt and affiliated with terrorism."
"Basically the West is pushing Israel as if [statehood] is going to solve all the problems .... It's a bad idea."
"[T]he only logical option is a Palestinian state east of the river ...."Another brave Arab gentleman, speaking earlier this year:
And see this from the son of a Hamas leader, in the current Telegraph