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"The Jews are the most despicable and contemptible nation to crawl upon the face of the Earth, because they have displayed hostility to Allah. Allah will kill the Jews in the hell of the world to come, just like they killed the believers in the hell of this world."
 
— Atallah Abu al-Subh, Hamas former Minister of Culture

The Islamic Resistance Movement of Palestineball, more commonly known as Hamasball is an Sunni Islamic fundamentalist movement in Palestine-icon Palestineball (especially in Gazaball). Most countries consider Hamasball as a Islamic jihad or terrorist.

History

Israel will exist and will continue to exist until Islam invalidates it, just as it invalidated others before it
 
— Preamble of the Hamas Covenant, 1988

Hamasball (originally: Mujama al-Islamiyya) was founded by an old imam name Ahmed Yassin. Hamasball gained popularity in gaza after Israelcube abandoned it in 2005. Hamasball current leaders are Yahya Sinwar and Saleh al-Arouri (leader of the Qassam Brigades). Hamas often launches missles on Israelcube. In 2006, Hamasball won the elections of Gaza. Hamasball has many underground tunnels.

Hamas Convenant

  • Article 1 describes Hamas as an Islamic Resistance Movement with an ideological programme of Islam.
  • Article 2 of Hamas' Charter defines Hamas as a "universal movement" and "one of the branches of the Muslim Brotherhood in Palestine".
  • Article 3 the Movement consists of "Muslims who have given their allegiance to Allah".
  • Article 4 the Movement "welcomes every Muslim who embraces its faith, ideology, follows its programme, keeps its secrets, and wants to belong to its ranks and carry out the duty."
  • Article 5 Demonstrates its Salafist roots and connections to the Muslim brotherhood.
  • Article 6 Hamas is uniquely Palestinian,[1] and "strives to raise the banner of Allah over every inch of Palestine, for under the wing of Islam followers of all religions can coexist in security and safety where their lives, possessions and rights are concerned."
  • Article 7 describes Hamas as "one of the links in the chain of the struggle against the Zionist invaders" and links the movement to the followers of the religious and nationalist hero Izz ad-Din al-Qassam.
  • Article 8 The Hamas document reiterates the Muslim Brotherhood's slogan of "Allah is its goal, the Prophet is the model, the Quran its constitution, jihad its path, and death for the sake of Allah its most sublime belief."'
  • Article 9 adapts Muslim Brotherhood's vision to connect the Palestinian crisis with the Islamic solution and advocates "fighting against the false, defeating it and vanquishing it so that justice could prevail".
  • Article 11 Palestine is sacred (waqf) for all Muslims for all time, and it cannot be relinquished by anyone.
  • Article 12 affirms that "Nationalism, from the point of view of the Islamic Resistance Movement, is part of the religious creed".
  • Article 13 There is no negotiated settlement possible. Jihad is the only answer.
  • Article 14 The liberation of Palestine is the personal duty of every Palestinian.
  • Article 15 "The day that enemies usurp part of Muslim land, Jihad becomes the individual duty of every Muslim". It states the history of crusades into Muslim lands and says the "Palestinian problem is a religious problem".
  • Article 16 Describes how to go about educating future generations.
  • Article 20 Calls for action "by the people as a single body" against "a vicious enemy which acts in a way similar to Nazism, making no differentiation between man and woman, between children and old people".
  • Article 22 Makes sweeping claims about Jewish influence and power.
  • Article 28 Conspiracy charges against Israel and the whole of the Jewish people: "Israelcube, Judaismcube and Jewcubes".[1][32]
  • Article 31 Describes Hamas as "a humanistic movement", which "takes care of human rights and is guided by Islamic tolerance when dealing with the followers of other religions". "Under the wing of Islam", it is possible for Islam, Christianity and Judaism "to coexist in peace and quiet with each other" provided that members of other religions do not dispute the sovereignty of Islam in the region.
  • Article 32 Hamas condemns as co-plotters the “imperialistic powers”. References The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.
  • Article 33 calls upon Muslims worldwide to work for liberation of Palestine.
  • Article 34 represents the Temple Mount in Jerusalem as the axis mundi, the sacred point where divine cosmology and temporal history meet.
  • Article 35 compares Israel with an imperialist-colonialist movement. The articles reflect and draws upon past examples of Crusader and Mongol invasions, both of which initially were successful but were eventually repelled.
  • Article 36 outlines the goals of Hamas.