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Sunday, January 04, 2009

Brotherly love, 'Palestinian' style

With everything else they've had to do this week, the Hamas terrorists have found the time to treat the Fatah terrorists, and those whom they accuse of 'collaborating' with Israel, with tender loving care:
Fatah officials in Ramallah told The Jerusalem Post that Hamas militiamen had been assaulting many Fatah activists since the beginning of the operation last Saturday. They said at least 75 activists were shot in the legs while others had their hands broken.

Wisam Abu Jalhoum, a Fatah activist from the Jabalya refugee camp, was shot in the legs by Hamas militiamen for allegedly expressing joy over the IDF air strikes on Hamas targets.

"Hamas is very nervous, because they feel that their end is nearing," a senior Fatah official said. "They have been waging a brutal campaign against Fatah members in the Gaza Strip."

Meanwhile, sources close to Hamas revealed over the weekend that the movement had "executed" more than 35 Palestinians who were suspected of collaborating with Israel and were being held in various Hamas security installations.

The sources quoted Hamas officials as saying that the decision to kill the suspected collaborators was taken out of fear that Israel might try to rescue them during a ground offensive. The officials claimed that at least half of the victims were killed by relatives of Palestinian militiamen who were killed as a result of information passed on to Israel by the "collaborators."

Justifying the latest crackdown on Fatah, a Hamas official in Gaza City said that his government had received information according to which Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas had instructed his loyalists in the Strip to start moving toward undermining Hamas.

"We will kill them all if they try to help Israel bring down our government," the official said. "We will hang Mahmoud Abbas and [former Fatah security chief] Muhammad Dahlan in the public square if they try to enter the Gaza Strip aboard Israeli tanks."


At 3:11 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Its funny hearing Saeb Erakat call for Palestinian unity when Hamas is cutting off the heads and knees of Fatah supporters in Gaza. And these are the people who are supposed to get a reichlet and they can't stand each other. How in the world do people expect they will treat the infidel Jews any better? That's the point!

At 4:32 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Those Jew-killers of Fatah deserve the same fate as Hamas, so no sympathy from me. The sick part is that Israel is fighting Hamas to give over control to Fatah. Sure, they are killing some bad actors in the process, and that's a good thing, but their desired endpoint isn't going to help one bit. Oh, well, I guess doing a good thing to achieve a bad end is better than doing a bad thing to attain it?

At 5:50 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Ytba, I share your feelings. It would better if they would kill each other and just leave the Jews alone. They're good at it. But unfortunately when they won't leave the Jews alone, there is no choice but to fight them and kill them. There is no real difference in how Hamas and Fatah view Israel. The only dispute between them, that gets violent, is over who will rule the future Judenrein Palestine. There are no moderate Palestinians and won't be for the forseeable future. The bad old Middle East never disappeared and seems to be around to stay for good.

At 7:20 AM, Blogger Ed Mahmoud said...

God Bless and Good Hunting to the IDF.

In three weeks, a man who went to the mosque with his step-father until he was seven years old, according to his half sister, a man who is almost certainly either an agnostic or an atheist now, but has expressed nostalgia at hearing the muezzin's call, although claiming to be a Black Liberation Christian, will be the President of the US, and Israel will truly have no signicant allies left in the world.

That is why I wish that Israel, once they realized George Bush no longer had the stomach to do the right thing and defang the Iranian nuclear beast, would have at least attempted it themselves, even if the 120 or so F-15Is and F-16Is with the range to reach Iranian territory, (especially if the US denied Iraqi airspace privileges and forced flights through Turkish airspace) were insufficient to neutralize Iranian air defense assets and also destroy dozens of hardened targets.

Hamas and Hezb'Allah are a symptom of the disease. Invading Gaza is a good start to treating the sympton, Hamas, but the disease, the mullahs in Qom and Tehran and their servant Achmedinejehad continues to grow more virulent.

At 7:48 AM, Blogger Ahmed from Gaza said...

Please watch this video on Hamas and forward to the world: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTGbP55HGi8


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