Hamas Uses Cancer Patient To Smuggle Explosives

April 25, 2017

As I visit Israel for the umpteenth time, I’m saddened today at what I’ve just heard from Benjamin Netanyahu, in an exclusive interview with Sean Hannity, about the nature of terrorist attacks here. At the same time, I thank them both for bringing to light information about the shadowy sources of funding for terrorism in Israel and the evolving strategy for terrorist attacks. Most mainstream reporters are straining their necks trying to look the other way.

As you may know, Israel has opened its arms to Palestinians who need cancer treatment. But one aspect of this story hardly rates media attention: this humanitarian effort to promote peace between Arabs and Jews has been exploited by Hamas, who on at least one occasion have taken the opportunity to use a cancer patient to smuggle explosives into Israel inside tubes labeled “medical materials.” They’ve also used cancer patients to smuggle money and gold to their operatives in Sumeria and Judea.


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As for funding, Netanyahu explains that hundreds of millions of dollars are funneled by the Palestinian Authority to the families of Palestinian inmates in Israeli prisons. And how do they decide the amounts to be paid? “The more you kill, the more you get,” Netanyahu says.

He’s spot-on when he says there’s “selective” reporting going on when it comes to Israel. But for a clear-eyed look at what’s actually going on there, just listen to his personal account.


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  • Regina Tucker

    05/04/2017 01:27 AM

    Is it possible to order your One Nation Under God DVD at regular price? I saw your offer to get one per household free, which is GREAT of you, but I would like to order 3 for each of my 5 grandchildren's 3 households. Since the "free" offer is limited, I wouldn't mind paying regular price (as long as that's not exhorbitant, of course...ha!), so that I can get 3 to distribute to my grandchildren. Thank you!

Hamas Uses Cancer Patient To Smuggle Explosives

April 25, 2017

As I visit Israel for the umpteenth time, I’m saddened today at what I’ve just heard from Benjamin Netanyahu, in an exclusive interview with Sean Hannity, about the nature of terrorist attacks here. At the same time, I thank them both for bringing to light information about the shadowy sources of funding for terrorism in Israel and the evolving strategy for terrorist attacks. Most mainstream reporters are straining their necks trying to look the other way.

As you may know, Israel has opened its arms to Palestinians who need cancer treatment. But one aspect of this story hardly rates media attention: this humanitarian effort to promote peace between Arabs and Jews has been exploited by Hamas, who on at least one occasion have taken the opportunity to use a cancer patient to smuggle explosives into Israel inside tubes labeled “medical materials.” They’ve also used cancer patients to smuggle money and gold to their operatives in Sumeria and Judea.


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As for funding, Netanyahu explains that hundreds of millions of dollars are funneled by the Palestinian Authority to the families of Palestinian inmates in Israeli prisons. And how do they decide the amounts to be paid? “The more you kill, the more you get,” Netanyahu says.

He’s spot-on when he says there’s “selective” reporting going on when it comes to Israel. But for a clear-eyed look at what’s actually going on there, just listen to his personal account.


Please leave me a comment below. I read them!

Comments 1-1 of 1

  • Regina Tucker

    05/04/2017 01:27 AM

    Is it possible to order your One Nation Under God DVD at regular price? I saw your offer to get one per household free, which is GREAT of you, but I would like to order 3 for each of my 5 grandchildren's 3 households. Since the "free" offer is limited, I wouldn't mind paying regular price (as long as that's not exhorbitant, of course...ha!), so that I can get 3 to distribute to my grandchildren. Thank you!