Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Official Malaysian Reaction to Hamas Victory

Malaysia's Prime Minister has officially responded to the election of the terrorist government in Palestine. Of course, the world 'terrorist' is never ever used, not even once, in this official press release. In fact, the PM's entire statement displays an astonishing disconnect from reality. Malaysia, being a Muslim state, never strays very far from the official OIC line--official Islamic propaganda is very much alive and well here. This propaganda consists of equal parts denial, obfuscation, and outright fantasy.

Read the official Malaysian Government press release below, but be forewarned, we are jumping deep into the rabbit hole here. So, to assist you, the reader, I have helpfully inserted clarifications in brackets at the end of each paragraph:

Accept Palestinian Election Results, Says Abdullah

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 27 (Bernama) -- The international community should duly accept the outcome of the elections in Palestine and respect the choice of its people, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said today. [by 'accept', he of course means the infidels should keeping ponying up all that jizya to the 'Palestinian Authority' to the tune of $865 million a year. Yeah, great idea!]

The Prime Minister said the elections were conducted in the true spirit of democracy and the results reflected the wishes of the Palestinian people. [the 'Palestinians' have spoken, and they have voted for war and their endorsement of the destruction of Israel, just like it's written here in the Hamas charter. Yup, I'd say they've spoken all right.]

He said Malaysia welcomed the successful organisation of the recent elections in Palestine in which the people of Palestine had the opportunity to express their will through a peaceful democratic process. [a 'peaceful democratic process' for Palestine means no gun battles or riots until after the voting is over.]

"I congratulate President Mahmoud Abbas for his leadership in this regard," he said in a statement, here. [Abbas' 'leadership ability'?!? I wouldn't entrust Abbas with leading the local PTA, let alone a chunk of real estate in the Middle East that masquerades as a nation-state.]

He congratulated Hamas for its success in the elections and expressed confidence that the organisation would find it possible to accommodate other political parties in the political process and work towards establishing a government of national reconciliation in Palestine. [We all know what the Hamas idea of 'accomodation' is. All those young, agitated, thin-skinned Muslims with guns, the Hamas rank-and-file, they're actually very peaceful, just as long as you do exactly what they say.]

The future of Palestine, in particular its stability, progress and
prosperity, would depend on the unity among all Palestinians and their commitment to finding peaceful solutions to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, he said. [If those pesky Jews would just surrender peacefully, and willingly submit to the gentle rule of the Caliphate-to-be, that would take care of this whole thing so quickly, don't you know? We all know what Muslims mean when they say 'peaceful solutions'--do it our way or else.]

In this matter, the people of Palestine deserved the full support of all peace-loving peoples throughout the world, he said. [Peace-loving peoples = Muslims and the dhimmis who love them]

Malaysia, Abdullah said, called on all parties especially those directly involved in the West Asia peace process to work hand in hand to seek a lasting solution and establish a permanent peace in the region. [permanent peace = elimination of Israel]

In this regard, the process of negotiations in the context of the Roadmap for Peace in West Asia should be reinvigorated, he said. [you know which Roadmap we're talking about, right? It's the Roadmap that shows what the quickest way is for the 'martyrs' of Hamas to get to Haifa or Tel Aviv.]

He said Malaysia strongly believed that the objective of achieving an enduring peace in West Asia could only be achieved through the process of dialogue and negotiations which were carried out in good faith. [of course, all terrorist groups are strong believers in negotiations with their enemies that they have vowed to liquidate. Because the international community keeps saying so, that's why!]

Malaysia, he said, wished the new leaders in Palestine great success in their noble mission. [Hamas is on a 'noble' mission to wage war, murder every Jew they can get their hands on, implement ethnic cleansing and commit wholesale
genocide. Noble mission, my ass!]

Cross posted at Pedestrian Infidel.

1 comment:

Always On Watch said...

I have a Christian friend from Malaysia. Occasionally, she has to go back to Malaysia to tend to her ailing mother. You can imagine her condemnation of Islam. She fears for her safety every time she visits her mother.