Sinn Fein’s Adams follows Galloway’s example, meets Hamas mastermind

Posted: April 9, 2009 by Jonathan Boyko in Hamas

Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams

Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams

You might remember report from March 25th regarding Gerry Adams, Sinn Fein’s President, on his way to Israel. Back then, Israeli officials stated they would not give Adams a warm welcome if he plans on meeting with Hamas’ ‘officials’. It seems Adams took the Galloway way:

Gerry Adams, leader of the Irish left-wing Sinn Féin, met with Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh in Gaza Wednesday night, British news outlets reported Thursday.

“This is an open-air prison,” the UK’s Guardian quoted the Sinn Féin president as saying.

According to the BBC, Adams said he was encouraged by the meeting. “Mr. Haniyeh told me that Hamas wants a peace agreement,” he said. As a prelude to the meeting the Irish leader toured the Strip and spoke to residents and public figures.

“I was pleased to speak directly with Mr. Haniyeh. I outlined to him Sinn Féin’s view that there should be a complete cessation of all hostilities and armed actions by all sides,” he added.

“The fact is that the people of Palestine and the people of Israel are destined to live side by side. I believe that most people want a peaceful accommodation.”

Adams said dialogue between Israeli and Palestinian leaders was the only answer. “That is what worked in Ireland,” he said.

Adams prefers to forget that Hamas still calls for destruction of Israel (IRA never called for destruction of England, thus making analogies between the two is useless), indoctrinates children into genocidal ‘martyrs’ and spreads hatred daily. I guess for Adams, it is not such a big deal. After all, we are talking Jews here, not Irish.

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