Hamas engages in ecological terrorism and the UN is silent. That’s because the terrorism is committed against Israel. The UN’s deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed is known for her environmental activism. She has served as Nigeria’s minister of environment and is now a leading advocate for environmental protection at the UN. However, her passion for protecting the environment does not seem to apply to Israel. The UN’s leading environmentalist has not issued one statement of condemnation of Hamas, despite Hamas terrorists causing untold ecological damage to Israel.
Islamic Jew-hatred – it’s an Islamic religious imperative.
Hamas has committed eco-terrorism against Israel since the beginning of March, launching thousands of kites and helium balloons, which have been loaded with explosives and molotov cocktails. The attacks have devastated communities in Southern Israel. Over 8000 acres of parks and nature reserves, along with 1500 acres of agricultural land, have been destroyed by the kite bombs. Thousands of animals have died as well.
If Mohammed really cared about environmentalism, she would have condemned Hamas for their ecological destruction in Israel. Israel perhaps creates more technology for environmental protection than any other country. Has Mohammed ever praised Israel for their eco-technology? Doubtful. Mohammed understands that the anti-Semitic Organization of Islamic Cooperation pays her salary. Therefore, Mohammed won’t say a word.
“Israel to UN: Why no condemnation of Hamas attacks?,” Arutz Sheva, July 12, 2018:
In recent weeks, thousands of balloons and kites carrying incendiary and makeshift explosive devices have been launched from the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip into Israeli territory, where they have sparked hundreds of fires and caused millions of dollars in property damage.
“For over one hundred days, Hamas terrorists…have used arson kites and other aerial delivery means to set almost 700 fires that have torched thousands of acres, including over 1,500 acres of agricultural fields in Israel. This is a new face of terrorism directly targets the Israeli ecosystem and has caused over $2 million in damages,” Ambassador Danon wrote in a letter to the Deputy Secretary General.
“As a country that proudly spearheads the advancement of agricultural technology at the United Nations and around the world through our bi-annual resolution on Agricultural Technology for Sustainable Development, it is infuriating to see the terrorists of Hamas do the opposite. Hamas is attacking Israel’s southern source of livelihood and their acts of eco-terrorism have not only devastated land that provides food and livelihood to our civilians, but they have also caused irreparable damage to nature preserves and dozens of species of wildlife,” he continued….
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