Hudna Is No Truce, But A Trick

Written by Audrey Russo on December 1, 2012

So, while Hillary and Barry are sticking their thumbs under their uber-smelly armpits in a gloat-fest for a truce, the truth escapes the super geniuses…
So, Hamas agreed to a Hudna. The West, using the wrong dictionary, pressures Israel to accept what they believe to be a ceasefire, a truce. But they are deceived.
The Taqiyya-tongued terrorists know that a hudna is quite different than a truce. Hudna has a distinct meaning to Islamic fundamentalists, knowledgeable in their history: Their prophet Mohammed struck a legendary, 10-year truce or hudna with the Quraysh tribe, but quickly built up his military power until he could overcome the Quraysh tribe and 3 years later did exactly that. He broke the treaty. Arafat used this as his model for “peace” deals with Israel. And so his brethren continue to follow the ways of their prophet.
The current example is what we saw between Israel and Hamas just before Thanksgiving. But will it go the way every other agreement has gone in the past dealing with the Palestinian Authority? You can bet your hudna on it…
It’s been reported that Iran is feverishly re-arming Hamas, with the help of their puppet Assad … how Mohammed-like.
Going sidebar: Isn’t it interesting that despite the hatred the different sects of Islam have for one another … they all unite when it comes to destroying Israel and the West. Iran is Shia. Hamas is Sunni. Assad is Alawi. Kumbaya!
Back from sidebar: Is the Israeli PM Bibi Netanyahu aware of the true meaning of hudna? Indeed he is … but the pressure is incredible upon him to agree and the hopes are that the world just might … this time … pay attention when Hamas breaks the agreement.
I appreciate the PM’s position, but I believe the only way to deal with vermin is not to negotiate, but rather exterminate.
Dead pests shoot no rockets.
Shalom through strength…

Audrey Russo is the Host of the weekly REELTalk Radio Show (NYC). Audrey writes a column for and handles Middle East/National Security/Terrorism/Cultural Issues, and her articles can be read in several other news/opinion journals. She is also a contributor on Audrey's Radio Show can also be heard on the Leading Edge Radio Network. Audrey is also an active member of the NYC performing arts community as a singer and actor.