After Threatening Trump, Entitled Muslim Leader Gets Brutal Dose Of ‘Accidental’ Karma

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    As President Donald Trump continues to severe Obama-era ties with our Islamic enemies, Muslims around the world are fuming. However, after threatening President Trump for his “un-Islamic” policies, a major Muslim leader just received the most brutal comeuppance.

    Shortly after President Donald Trump announced that he would be relocating the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, Israel’s capital, the Muslim world, anti-American leftists, and even the United Nations viciously condemned the administration’s move.

    Despite the fact that the Arab Palestinians have relentlessly attacked innocent Jewish civilians since they first invaded Israel, which is the sole Jewish state in the world and only democracy in the Middle East, liberals howled that Trump was inciting Palestinians to violence.

    Expectedly, all it took was the declaration that Israel has a right to exist without fear of being eradicated to expose the true face of the violent and oppressive Palestinian movement. Immediately, designated terrorist organization Hamas issued horrendous threats against Trump and the U.S., which provides the terror-prone settlement with nearly a billion dollars in aid each year. Although this resulted in Trump responding by suggesting the U.S. cut their funding, sanctions are seemingly the least of their worries as they destroy their organization from the inside.

    Shortly after threatening to open “the gates of hell” on Trump and the U.S., Hamas official Imad al-Alami is in critical condition after reportedly shooting himself in the head while allegedly “inspecting his personal weapon in his home,” according to the BBC.

    The former member of the terrorist group’s political bureau is being treated at a hospital in Gaza City for what the Palestinian organization is claiming to be an “accident,” although the nature of the possibly fatal incident is highly suspicious.

    Some reports are suggesting that 61-year-old al-Alami is the target of an assassination attempt, while others claim that the hit was plotted by fellow Hamas officials, as this isn’t the first time the Islamic leader has been set upon by his own organization. Al-Alami, who is also known as Abu Hamam, was one of the founders of Hamas, although he has repeatedly fallen out of the terrorist group’s favor.

    In August 2014, al-Alami had his legs broken in a grisly attack by Hamas while working as the group’s negotiator. Frontpage Mag reports that al-Alami’s fellow Hamas officials attacked him after he returned from negotiations with Israel, which resulted in yet another ceasefire agreement that Hamas wished to reject.

    Amad Al-Almi, a senior Hamas official who represented Gaza in Cairo during the negotiations with Israel, returned to Gaza, to what seems to be some unsatisfied friends and coworkers.

    Al-Almi’s fellow Hamas terrorists and other attacked him and broke both his legs, according to Channel 2′s Ehud Ya’ari.

    The reason why Al-Almi was attacked is still not known, but we can guess. Yesterday Hamas kingpin Khaled Mashaal told the Hamas leadership that the ceasefire agreement is a loss for Hamas.

    Of course, Palestinian officials also publicized that this was a self-inflicted “accident,” caused by injuries suffered during the Israel-Gaza war of 2014, according to The Times of Israel. According to Hamas propaganda, al-Alami was wounded when an elevator collapsed inside one of Hamas’ terror tunnels, which Palestinians use to enter Israel and kill civilians.

    Al-Alami was deported from Gaza in 1991 after he was arrested by Israeli security forces for conducting terrorist activities on behalf of Hamas. He returned to Gaza at the start of the Syrian war in 2012 and was elected deputy Hamas leader until his departure in 2017.

    Immediately following Trump’s embassy move, Palestinians joined Hamas militants in launching their typical attacks on Israel, declaring a “new intifada” to eradicate the Jews and make war with the U.S.

    Hamas field commander Abu Hamza rallied support declaring: “We are coming, Jerusalem, we will not concede one grain of sand, and the soldiers of Hamas will come to raise the flag above the Al-Aqsa Mosque. Jerusalem is ours, not for darkness.”

    Hamas vowed to make Trump pay for stating the fact that Jerusalem is Israel’s capital, arguing that the announcement is a declaration of war, despite their ceaseless war against Israel.

    “We warn against such a move and call on the Palestinian people to revive the intifada if these unjust decisions on Jerusalem are adopted,” Hamas said in a statement reported by Agence France-Presse (AFP).

    “Any decision to move its embassy there would be “a flagrant attack on the city by the American administration” and give Israel “a cover for continuing its crime of Judaising the city and emptying it of Palestinians,” it said.