The PointBy Daniel Greenfield

Jamal Khashoggi Cheered Hamas' War on Israel

If you get your news from the media, then you will have heard that Jamal Khashoggi was a heroic reform who sought freedom for the region, and was brutally murdered to the strains of hip-hop music by a legion of Saudi assassins. And it was all recorded on his Apple Watch.

If you’re interested in the facts, instead of the fake news, you probably already know that Jamal Khashoggi was a Muslim Brotherhood leader an an old friend of Osama bin Laden.

He’s being mourned by the media that backed the Muslim Brotherhood.

And, as Jordan Schachtel has dug up, he quite clearly supported the Hamas war on Israel. Not surprising as Hamas is a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Here’s the media’s Muslim Brotherhood martyr celebrating Hamas and its genocidal war to wipe out the Jews.

. This is how Hamas leaders Khaled Meshaal and Ismail Haniyeh appeared, taking pride as they spoke confidentially, spelling-out new conditions and describing a new reality. They have revived the Palestinian issue.

Everything in this war is new, including the weapons that entered Gaza; how did they enter despite the siege? Thousands of rockets entered a small country that is besieged from the land, sea and air. This fact alone is a miracle. …

The distinguished combat performance of its men and the huge network of tunnels that extends for miles under Gaza and the borders with Israel and Egypt were used brilliantly to inflict unprecedented losses on the enemy; they will be used and reused whenever the enemy invades. All of this proves that the movement wasted no time while ruling in Gaza. 

One of Jamal’s major differences with MBS and the current Saudi regime was its covert alliance with Israel.

This background is important for Arab intellectuals and writers who, incomprehensibly, have been attacking the notion of resistance in the ongoing Israeli war against the Palestinians in Gaza. This strange phenomenon warrants analysis. Regrettably, the number of such intellectuals here in Saudi Arabia is higher than average. If such a trend continues it will destroy the kingdom’s honourable claim to support and defend the Palestinian cause since the time of its founder, King Abd Al-Aziz Al-Saud…

This is the media’s terrorist martyr. And, conversely, this is the media.