Hamas: 'Israel exists in contradiction to history'

Hamas politiburo official claims Israel is above the law in new incitement post egging on terror.

Dalit Halevi,

Moussa Abu Marzouk
Moussa Abu Marzouk
Abed Rahim Khatib/Flash 90

Hamas leaders have continued to urge supporters to carry out terrorist attacks against Jewish Israelis, with the ultimate goal of destroying the State of Israel.

A member of Hamas's political bureau, Moussa Abu Marzouk, wrote on his Facebook page that "Israel exists in contradiction to history, and it can't be that it has a future in the region." 

"Israel is above international law and inconsiderate to the world," he continued. "Israel will not stand trial before international courts according to the American decision." 

"Israel is the only one which has special rules for Jews, special rules for Arabs in occupied Palestine from '48 [within 1949 Armistice lines - ed.], special rules apply in the West Bank [Judea and Samaria - ed.], special laws for Gazans and other special laws for Jerusalem's Palestinian residents," he added. 

Hamas has been an active partner in Palestinian incitement against Israelis and Jews, which has both encouraged and instructed terrorists during the past month of constant terror attacks. The group has continued to incite to terrorism against Israelis using both its educational institutions and official media outlets.

More than just contributing to the anti-Israel propaganda, it has also been involved directly in several recent attacks - including the Be'er Sheva bus station shooting last week. 

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