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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Fatah terrorist skips mother's funeral to avoid Hamas terrorists

Former Gaza 'strongman' Muhammad Dahlan, who was responsible for several of Gaza's most heinous terror attacks (including the Kfar Darom school bus attack and the murder of three Americans on their way to hand out Fulbright scholarships) stayed away from his mother's funeral in Gaza on Tuesday rather than risk being attacked or arrested by Hamas.
Formerly dubbed the faction’s “strongman” due to his performance as head of security, Dahlan was reportedly invited by Hamas to participate in his mother’s funeral, but only under specific restrictions, according to Ma’an. He rejected the conditions, which included a requirement to file a formal request with the de facto Hamas government for permission to enter Gaza, and to remain in the terrorist group’s custody for the duration of his stay.

Other media reports alleged that a number of Dahlan’s enemies in Gaza had called for his arrest, and some had vowed to physically attack him if he returned to the region, even to attend his mother’s funeral.

In a statement issued to the media, Dahlan explained that he did not want to “provoke events or confrontations, or injury to members of Fatah who may be abused, as was the case during the commemoration ceremony for Yasser Arafat when more than 10 Palestinians were killed and 100 injured.” He expressed his thanks to Gaza residents who sent condolences and who were present at his mother’s funeral.

“Despite this great sadness that arises from not participating in the funeral, I will not enter Gaza until Palestinian legitimacy is restored,” Dahlan wrote, and charged Hamas with exploiting his mother’s death for political purposes.
Reports indicate that both the Americans and the Israelis advised Dahlan to stay away. Why either of them is concerned with this scumball murderer's well-being is simply beyond me.


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