Saturday, January 10, 2015

Muslim terrorism: Hamas kind of condemns Charlie Hebdo attack, then publishes image praising the 3 killed Paris terrorists

(Ynet) Hamas has condemned the attack led by two French jihadists against the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, which killed 12 people in Paris, the group said in statement published in French, but fell short of condemning the deadly attack on a Jewish supermarket that left four dead.

Hamas "condemns the attacks against the Charlie Hebdo magazine and insists that the difference of opinions and thoughts cannot justify murder," the statement said.

The terror group also responds to accusations by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who recently said that France, Israel and the "civilized countries" all faced the same threat. "These terrorists that killed journalists in Paris, they (...) launch rockets at civilians from Gaza," Netanyahu said, drawing a link between ISIS and Hamas.

In response, the Gaza terror group said that "Hamas condemns the desperate attempts of Prime Minister Netanyahu to link our movement on the one side, and terrorism throughout the world on the other side (...) These miserable attempts are doomed to fail, " the statement said.

The group however failed to condemn the murder of a French police officer or the the killing of four hostages at a kosher supermarket in Paris, which French President Francois Hollande on denounced Friday as "an appalling anti-Semitic act."