As soon as Hamas came into power, they changed from the ‘friendly Palestinian like all the rest of us’ to an oppressive jihad militant, says one “Palestinian” activist Samah Ahmed. Hamas took control of government in a battle with Fatah, the opposing military and political party supported with weapons by the Bush administration. Hamas execute people for using drugs, jail women for having children out-of-wedlock, monitor who talks and sits with whom and whether men and women are related, kill gays, glorify jihad, harass and jail their political opposition while calling for the genocide of Jews. People feel monitored and oppressed. Drug use is shooting through the roof since Hamas came into power. Does it sound familiar? It’s basically a description of the Islamic State. And as with the Islamic State Hamas wants to lead a caliphate. And like the Islamic State and other jihad movements through history, they build their power by pretending to bring social justice, ‘democracy’, security by building relations on mutual and friendly terms. Until they get elected into power…
(Note: Watch at 31:00 how the driver indirectly throws the “Palestinian” activist Samah Ahmed under the bus by making sure Gaza border guards knows “a Palestinian girl” is with them to cross borders to leave Gaza – with valid visas to Germany and all. There was no need to him to mention anything about her but he made sure to bring attention on her. This is how they are. She being an anti-Hamas activist, he quietly disapproved and tried to get her in trouble. This way of listening in on everything while pretending to be on their side while ratting on someone is very typical with Muslims).
“We finally got a rare glimpse of the embattled Gaza Strip and a chance to see what life was like under the rule of Hamas. In 2007 we tried and failed to get into Gaza through the Israeli-controlled Erez Crossing. Back then the rival Palestinian factions of Hamas and Fatah were engaged in a bloody war for control of this tiny strip of land. Hamas won. When the post-Mubarak government of Egypt decided to start letting small numbers of folks into Gaza through their Rafah Crossing, we knew we could finally enter the region.”
Hosted by Suroosh Alvi | Originally released in 2011.
Suroosh Alvi is a Pakistani Canadian journalist and filmmaker. He is the co-founder of VICE magazine. Now you know why Vice is obsessed with the Muslim report. And they like to paint them as victims, too.