Hamas whistleblower admits: 'Islamist Palestinians will NEVER accept peace with Jews; they must continue to fight them to the death'

Masab Yousef is the son of West Bank Hamas leader Sheikh Hassan Yousef (who is also the most popular figure in that extremist Islamic organization). The young man who used to assist his father for years in his political activities, has become a rank-and-file Christian. "I'm now called Joseph," he says of his new life in California.

He doesn't attempt to hide his affection for Israel, or his abhorrence of everything representing the surroundings in which he grew up: the nation, the religion, the organization.

"Send regards to Israel, I miss it. I respect Israel and admire it as a country," he says.

"You Jews should be aware: You will never, but never have peace with Hamas. Islam, as the ideology that guides them, will not allow them to achieve a peace agreement with the Jews. They believe that tradition says that the Prophet Mohammed fought against the Jews and that therefore they must continue to fight them to the death."



Is that the justification for the suicide attacks?

"More than that. An entire society sanctifies death and the suicide terrorists. In Palestinian culture a suicide-terrorist becomes a hero, a martyr. Sheikhs tell their students about the 'heroism of the shaheeds.'"
(Source Ha'Aretz)

Why does the Press refuse to report events without a pro-Palestinian-bias?

'Jerusalem bulldozer terror' reportage draws criticism of bias against Israel by the mainstream-media
While the BBC rushes to apologize for televising the saving of more civilian lives from an actual Palestinian atrocity against Jews, why does the media still refuse to apologize for airing Palestinian, 'fabricated- atrocities' which have falsely damned Israel in the world's eye? The media and enduring narrative by Caroline Glick in The Jerusalem Post
..."In this case, as in the case of the lynching eight years ago, the reason the BBC apologized is not because the film's images were too gruesome, but because it strayed from the accepted narratives of the Palestinian war against Israel. To maintain the narratives, "the right editorial balance between the demands of accuracy and the potential impact on the program's audience," is one that engenders the belief that Israel is either morally indistinguishable from the Palestinians, or that Israel is morally inferior to the Palestinians."... "the distorted footage put out by the media made it impossible for Israel to defend itself in the court of public opinion. Like the al-Dura affair, the media's open collusion with the Palestinians in Jenin and Hizbullah in Kafr Kana prolonged false narratives predicated on Israeli aggression which were about to be finally laid to rest."
Ms. Glick asserts, "The media only give us the information (not the truth) they wish us to have."