Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Who is Abbas or Hamas?

Who is Abbas or Hamas?

Before heading towards gas chambers read the followings!

Giladi wrote this book tell the American people, and especially American Jews, that Jews from Islamic lands did not emigrate willingly to Israel; that, to force them to leave, Jews killed Jews; and that, to buy time to confiscate ever more Arab lands, Jews on numerous occasions rejected genuine peace initiatives from their Arab neighbors.


Zionism and Anti-Semitism, Zionism is worse than Nazism and If Americans Knew.

--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "bruceksim" wrote:

Actually knucklehead in this instance we are dealing with sick islamo-fascist scum!!
Cheers Bruce

--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "mukto_mona" wrote:
Re: Who is Abbas or Hamas?

We are dealing with sick Nazi Zionists! Find out from their own history!

"If I am asked, "Could you give from the UJA moneys to rescue Jews, 'I say, NO! and I say again NO!"

Izaak Greenbaum -- head of Jewish Agency Rescue Committee February 18, 1943Addressed to the Zionist Executive Council

Source: Jews Against Zionism

--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "austro_bangla" wrote:

Who is Abbas or Hamas? The Israeli war criminals are in charge with the assistance of American Terrorists!

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June 15, 2007 - 8:03AM
Mahmoud Abbas.Photo: AP
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· After 13 years, end game comes quickly for Fatah
· Video: Hamas tightens grip on Gaza

Hamas Islamist fighters said they had taken control of the Palestinian presidential compound in Gaza late on Thursday, calling it the "last bastion'' of President Mahmoud Abbas's secular Fatah forces in the enclave.

A broadcast on a Hamas-run radio station said "the last bastion of corruption has fallen''.
The move came after Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas sacked the Hamas-led unity government and declared a state of emergency earlier in the day.

Abbas said he would call new elections "as soon as the situation allows", presidency secretary general Tayeb Abdelrahim said.

However, the Islamist Hamas group said it rejected President Abbas's decrees.
"Hamas rejects the Abbas decisions. In practical terms these decisions are worthless. Prime Minister (Ismail) Haniyeh remains the head of the government even if it was dissolved by the president," senior Hamas official Sami Abu Zuhri said.

A senior Hamas official in Syria, Moussa Abu Marzouk, said President Abbas's decision would complicate matters and that Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh would likely continue in the job.
"This measure (firing Haniyeh) further complicates matters and will yield no results,'' Abu Marzouk said.

"The Palestinian prime minister will most probably continue to carry out his duties.
"Abu Mazen [Abbas] should have opened, rather than closed, the door to dialogue as he did in a hasty way.''

And after a near takeover of the seaside strip by the militant group, Abu Marzouk added there would be no change in Gaza's status and no Islamic rule declared in the territory
Asked about the future of Gaza, Abu Marzouk said there would be no change.

"Gaza will remain Gaza and there will be no changes in its future and will continue to be linked to the West Bank, whether he (Abbas) removed the government or not.''
He rejected talk of declaring an Islamic state in Gaza.

"This talk has no basis ... We are committed to the rules and basic laws organising the Palestinian Authority,'' he said.

President Abbas's aide, Tayeb Abdel Rahim, told a news conference that Abbas may "return to the people'' when circumstances allowed.

Meanwhile, Hamas said its fighters had seized the last of the security bases in the Gaza Strip run by Fatah.

However, members of pro-Fatah security forces and Abbas's presidential guard were still in action around the seafront presidential compound in Gaza City, witnesses said.

"We now control... all security force positions in the Gaza Strip except the headquarters of the president,'' Abu Obeida, spokesman for Hamas's armed wing, the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades, said.


Source: Free America Now

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