Was the HAMAS election rigged...by the U.S?

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posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 01:19 AM
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Could it be possible that US/ISRAEL rigged the election to give HAMAS the country knowing that they will shoot themselves in the foot. First suicide bomb in Tel Aviv and Isreal and attack and take over. More US land in the middle East. Israel could then use Palestinian land to lauch attacks on Iran from. I think it could instigate the start of the end of the Middle East crisis, if you know what I mean. Is this possible?

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posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 04:20 AM
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rigging the election? entirely plausible, given the us' proclivity for foreign (and maybe domestic) election tampering, and maybe even likely when you consider the current state of geopolitics and the importance of this election.

"the start of the end of the Middle East crisis"? i don't know... i'm not sure what the ramifications of further us involvement in the middle east would be, and, really, we're already overextended. about israel attacking iran, since it seems like, whenever israel has a 'big job' to do, they outsource it to the us, i doubt they would even be the ones to attack iran- it would probably be, nominally, "another battle in the american 'war on terror'." and i bet that's how they'll phrase it, too.

but, could that lead, eventually and only after a lot of carnage, to "the end of the Middle East crisis? maybe.



posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 04:48 AM
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Anything is possible. America is a super power, it has great geo-political influence, also america have been known for there interferance in other countires politics. Im sure another member would be happy to quote all of the countries america has staged coups in. Then the stagging of a election has been done befor many times, im sure no one can find any hard proof of america stagging elections herself, but it has been known to happen.
But it is also possible that the palestinian people wanted a different party to represent them.
I think the latter is more plausible.



posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 04:52 AM
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See, when I first heard that a 'terrorist group' had been elected to power there, I thought.. hrmm.. where is the CIA?

[On a sidenote, I love that line in American Dad, and think its so true when Hayley asks something like, "So, if the whole CIA's at this picnic, who's gonna be out there screwing with democracy", to which stan replies, "The FBI pulls a double shift"]

Then I thought about it some more.. in all likelyhood, they very well could have been there.

This makes Palestine look rather bad, and generates immediate sympathy for Israel.



posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 05:13 AM
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Of course the US is behind everything didnt you know that


For people promoting Democracy in the Middle East what a brilliant move to have democracy put a terrorist org into power.

brilliant!



posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 08:22 AM
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Originally posted by wang
But it is also possible that the palestinian people wanted a different party to represent them.
I think the latter is more plausible.


while i do believe that the us tends to involve itself in absolutely everything, and that the us government thought they could shoehorn palestine into a unified face of militancy and 'terrorism' (the easier to blow them up later), i also believe that the palestinians, more than ever, are feeling closed in-- the wall far across the green line and way into their territory would be an excellent catalyst. you know what happens when people feel like they're being backed into a corner.... plus, the 'war on terrorism' has to be making the entire region a little antsy right now.



posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 10:58 AM
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This is one of the most blatant attempts at dis-information I've seen here on ATS or anywhere else.

Baghdad Bob would be proud of your attempt.



posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 11:59 AM
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Israel could then use Palestinian land to lauch attacks on Iran from.


I don't understand this line. I think you need to study a map of the Middle East. Why would Israel need or use Palestinian land to launch an attack on Iran? The Palestinian territories are not any closer to Iran than the state of Israel is. Whether an attack is launched from the West Bank or Israeli territory, they still need to cross through Jordan and Iraq to get to Iran.

Maybe you misspoke or I'm just too tired to realize what it is that you're trying to imply here. I don't know. Perhaps you could clarify this for us?



posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 12:16 PM
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Originally posted by Rasputin13



Israel could then use Palestinian land to lauch attacks on Iran from.


I don't understand this line. I think you need to study a map of the Middle East. Why would Israel need or use Palestinian land to launch an attack on Iran? The Palestinian territories are not any closer to Iran than the state of Israel is. Whether an attack is launched from the West Bank or Israeli territory, they still need to cross through Jordan and Iraq to get to Iran.

Maybe you misspoke or I'm just too tired to realize what it is that you're trying to imply here. I don't know. Perhaps you could clarify this for us?


I was merely insinuating that bombs from palastine hitting Iran would be a wiser decision for Isreal. Remember Turkey wanted to charhe US somethng lik 20 billion dollars to fly our planes over Turkey when attacking Iraq. Now a huge deal, just thought it might be better to bomb from someone else backyard.



posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 12:17 PM
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Originally posted by centurion1211
This is one of the most blatant attempts at dis-information I've seen here on ATS or anywhere else.
Baghdad Bob would be proud of your attempt.


Don't understand your statement. How can a question be labeled as disinformation? Maybe Bagdad Bob does your reading for you.



posted on Jan, 30 2006 @ 06:01 AM
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Originally posted by AnAbsoluteCreation

Originally posted by centurion1211
This is one of the most blatant attempts at dis-information I've seen here on ATS or anywhere else.
Baghdad Bob would be proud of your attempt.


Don't understand your statement. How can a question be labeled as disinformation? Maybe Bagdad Bob does your reading for you.


yeah, i didn't get that either... to whose post were you referring?





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