In a new poll, run by “Arab World for Research & Development“, of 1200 Arabs living in Judea, Samaria and Gaza, 87.7% answered that Hamas’s “armed struggle” is the best means for achieving Palestinian independence.
The results of the recent Gaza conflict prove that armed struggle, as adopted by Hamas, is the best means of achieving Palestinian independence:
Strongly agree 55.6%In other words, something very close to 90 percent of Arabs living in Gaza and the territories still believe that it's open season on Jews. And why shouldn't they when the UN and the western governments and the international left continually give us reasons why Arabs, particularly of the Palestinian variety, have every right to try to murder Jews in the Middle East?
Strongly disagree 1.2%
I don’t know 2.1%
After all, if, as they tell us, Israel is a fascist, apartheid, racist state, stealing land, water, and air from the natives, then it deserves whatever beating it gets and if Jews support this vile, rogue country then they deserve whatever beating they get. This is the inescapable implication of the progressive movement when it comes to their growing disdain for Jewish sovereignty on Jewish land.
As far as the international left goes, Jews were fine in the ovens, but it is decidedly uncool for Jews to prevent themselves, or their children, from going back into those ovens. Arab-Muslim theocrats can scream to the heavens about the righteous necessity of killing Jews in the name of Allah, but if Jews object too loudly then those Jews are "Islamophobes." And, worse yet, if those Jews dare to defend themselves then they are not only racist, but violent racist aggressors, to boot.
The only Jews that are really tolerated on the left are the most dhimmitudenous. If, as a Jew, you know your place and understand that Israel is guilty of crimes against the peaceful, "indigenous" population and, better yet, if you actively oppose "conservative" Jews with spines and spread hatred toward them, then you can operate on the progressive-left "as-a-Jew." In fact, although your comrades won't like it, you can even advocate, within certain narrow and self-enforced ideological constraints, for the state of Israel.
Otherwise, not so much.