Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Exciting times

I must admit that im disappointed of how few comments I have gotten on this blog. I know that my english could have been better but I would like to know that I write about interesting subjects. So please leave a comment if you read my blog, that would really make my day.

I just wanted to say that I think it was terrible that Hamas won the election among the palestinians. The same Hamas that want to kill all jews and destroy Israel. But we all got to admit that Hamas have helped their people with building schools and taking care of them, and Hamas havent yet had any problems with corruption

The Foreign minister in my country; Jonas Gahr Støre, will follow in the footsteps of USA, UN and Israel and holding back money so Hamas wont get their hands on them. I think that is a reasonable thing to do, cause right know Hamas still have many antisemittic shit ( sorry the language ) in their charter, they still dont want piece with Israel, and they still encourage their members to attack Israel!

Some norwegians say that Gahr Støre should never had done this, because then the poor palestinians wont have money to survive, but the norwegian government will give just as much as before, and maybe even more actually, to the palestinian people who need it, through voluntary care.

I think that our foreign minister has made a good choice this time and its only a matter of time before Hamas has to get ready to support the road map for piece - at least in public.

We now see after the Israeli election, with Kadima being the winner, that Israeli politics gets more moderate while palestinian politics is getting more extreme.

So finally; The world is mainly focusing on what the palestinian side can do for peace.

And so do I.