Tuesday, March 28, 2006

As Israel's polls close, Hamas finalizes coalition

The polls will be closing in Israel soon, and it appears as if the voter turnout will indeed be the lowest in history with approximately 57%. Kadima and Likud are very nervous that this apathy will strengthen parties with more passionate bases, like Labor on the left and National Union on the right. We'll know the results shortly.

Meanwhile, Hamas has been busy politically today, too. They have ratified their official cabinet by a vote of 71-36, which led to great excitement among the terrorist vermin, reports the Jerusalem Post.
To the sounds of Allahu Akbar [God is greatest], the new Hamas cabinet on Tuesday won the confidence of the Palestinian Legislative Council after a two-day session that was held here and in Gaza City through video conference.

The cabinet, headed by Ismail Haniyeh, was ratified by a majority of 71 votes. Thirty-six legislators, all members of Fatah, voted against the cabinet, and another two abstained.

Immediately after the vote, several Hamas legislators began shouting the famous Islamic battle cry of Allahu Akbar, saying this was an historical moment for the Palestinians. Holding high a copy of the Koran, legislator Hamed Bitawi shouted: "The Koran is our constitution, Mohammed is our prophet, jihad [holy war] is our path and dying for the sake of Allah is our biggest wish." His remark drew a thunderous applause from all his Hamas colleagues.

Addressing the council, Haniyeh said he was "moved to tears" by the vote and defended his cabinet's controversial program, saying it was "born straight from the embryo of resistance."
Let's pray a rightwing, anti-vermin, Zionist coalition wins in the Israeli elections today so that these moslem scum can be delivered straight to their virgins ASAP.

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