Had a listen to this interview last night and thought I would share it here with you people. What this guy seems to explain contradicts the stuff we
hear about Hamas through the MSM. Apparently the Guy snuck into Gaza through a tunnel and would eventually be caught by Hamas.
He goes on to say that Hamas treated him well even to the point of offering him "Tea and Biscuits" before they were told that they would be escorted
to the Egyptian border in time to catch their flight in Cairo. Before he is released though, Hamas want to know how they entered Gaza and drive him
around looking for the tunnel that he entered from.
He also explains that Israel's continuing raids are ethnic cleansing which our governments in the West are allowing to happen and this will be a
common theme in the future with potential terrorists in built up civilian areas all over the world.
The interview goes into how it is impossible for Gazans to be digging their way into Israel
- The amount of time it would take to dig to the border
- Not knowing when you have reached the Israeli side and the risk of not digging far enough and surfacing in the no go zones etc.
He further explains that the Hamas people he met are "Pure" and that Palestinians themselves are the most welcoming people when an outsider enters
Later on the interview focuses on WW2 for a short time and how this event was the biggest propaganda piece in modern History.
- Hitler having roughly 100,000 Jews in his military which also included Jews in high places of power
- The Zionists and their influence in Germany which started back in WW1 and contributed to the atrocities in WW2.
I'm not forcing you too.. And the thread is about an interview with a guy who has been to Gaza and experienced everyday life in Gaza... Have you?
Maybe you can offer an alternate perspective of your experiences if you have.
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Not the radio broadcast as I am a subscriber to Max Igan and have been for around 6 years or so.
This man is a humanitarian in the purest truest sense of the word.
What surprises me is that you didn't know of him before.
The thing that troubles me about Max is that he has always had a very non violent stance, but the israelis have pushed his buttons to the point where
he is actually speaking ill of them.
This does not sway my opinion of Max, but makes me realize that it really is that bad for the peoples of Palestine as well as secures my position
against the israeli terrorists.
Definitely check out some of his older stuff.
I would love to shake this guys hand and buy him a beer someday, like a rockstar for peace he is.
Side note...the dude has got a velvet voice as well.
I hadn't heard of him before this interview.. This man should be a household name here for what he does. I just finished listening to an interview in
Australia and though it was also about the Gaza conflict he doesn't hold back when it comes to other issues either. Certainly be listening to more of
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