Haniyeh and the other Hamas top dogs know that the jihad propaganda that they endlessly pump out against Israel is just that: propaganda. They are doubtless laughing up their sleeves at the easy marks in the West who fall for it. “Hamas leader’s daughter received medical treatment in Israel: sources,” Reuters, October 19, 2014:
There follows the report from Reuters on this. But I cannot get my head around this report. I see this not as praise for the Israeli state but the most total condemnation.
So Israel is being pounded by black antisemitic propaganda by this “Palestinian” Arab Antisemitic propaganda filth day in and day out worse tan Goebbels
And these people in this israelí state, as in the Israeli Medical elites, are attacking Israelis in this way by giving medical care to the enemies of the Jews.
Was it all right for a Jew to aid a Nazi as the Nazis pushed the Jews onto cattle trucks throughout Europe by giving that Nazi medical aid.
Where in all that is holy on this good earth any difference.
I am as an Irishman disgusted with Israel and disgusted with the whole of the Israeli state under Netanyahu and all of the others for letting this go on. This is a comment to Robert’s article “What a pity this part of the hospital’s statement was omitted. I quote from JPost.
“The hospital said that Haniyeh’s daughter had been admitted for a number of days, noting that she was one of over a thousand Gazans that the hospital treats every year”.
Reuters article follows:
(Reuters) – A daughter of the leader of Hamas in Gaza was admitted to an Israeli hospital for emergency medical treatment this month after she suffered complications from a routine procedure, two sources familiar with the case said.
Ismail Haniyeh’s daughter’s week-long admission to a hospital in Tel Aviv – which Israeli and Palestinian officials declined to confirm or deny – shows humanitarian coordination between the sides continues just weeks after the Gaza war ended.
Haniyeh, who has 13 children, is the leader of the Islamist group in Gaza and one of its most senior figures overall, serving as a deputy to Khaled Meshaal, who lives in exile.
Two sources – one Palestinian and the other a foreign diplomat with knowledge of the case – declined to name the daughter and, out of respect for her privacy, asked that details of her condition not be published.
Like many Hamas officials, Haniyeh spent the seven-week-long war largely in hiding. His home in the northern part of the Gaza Strip was destroyed by an Israeli air strike.
An Israeli official said he could not discuss specific medical admissions from Gaza.
But he said that in most cases a request by a Palestinian doctor to allow a patient across the border for urgent treatment was sufficient – indicating Haniyeh may not have been personally involved in his daughter’s application.
During the war and since it ended in late August, dozens of patients from Gaza have been brought to hospitals in Israel, where the resources and technology for advanced treatment and complicated operations are vastly better….