Hamas is the armed wing of the Islamic Resistance Movement of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. When such groups and theocratic regimes reach power, this is terrorism.

How the terrorist dictatorship Hamas controls Gaza with an iron fist has finally been exposed, revealing its ugly face and providing the clearest example of how repressive terrorist movements deal with their own people when they reach power.

Hamas has recently arrested hundreds of protesters suffering from poor economic conditions and lack of services, and hundreds of people have been killed as a result of the use of the terrorist organization’s security apparatus through various weapons. The use of live bullets to disperse protesters among other weapons and methods of torture have caused very severe injuries; many bones were broken in the hands and feet of the protesters to prevent them from carrying stones and participating in these demonstrations.

That is how Hamas – backed by Iran, the world’s foremost sponsor of terrorism – has suppressed the people of Gaza in their popular uprising. Hamas also targeted journalists and media professionals in an attempt to completely obscure what was happening there.

When such groups and theocratic regimes reach power, this is terrorism.

The Muslim Brotherhood is the “mother organization” of all terrorist organizations. Al-Qaeda, ISIS, Boko Haram and other radical groups originated from the Muslim Brotherhood.

And we cannot forget that Sayyid Qutb, Muslim Brotherhood theorist, was an inspiration to Ayatollah Khomeini. Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh admitted, after the success of the Muslim Brotherhood in controlling the Egyptian parliament after the January 2011 disaster, that Hamas is the armed wing of the Islamic Resistance Movement of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.

During that period I appeared, together with a Hamas member, on Russia Today, an online talk show similar to the “Opposite Direction” debate program on Al Jazeera. I defended the rights of the Palestinian people in Gaza against the suppression of Hamas, and the Hamas spokesperson accused me of being an agent of Israel, which is not the case.

I just spoke the truth.

Article by Rami Dabbas

Rami Dabbas is a Jordanian civil engineer by profession, an activist and a writer. He was born in 1989 in the City of Astana during the Soviet era to a Jordanian father and a Russian mother. Dabbas is interested in promoting peace in the world in general and in the Middle East specifically. He sympathizes with the religious minorities in the Middle East because of the persecution he and his family experienced through radical groups.