posted on Dec, 8 2012 @ 11:08 AM
I can only pray to God that Hamas isn't stupid enough to celebrate this week by breaking a ceasefire with Israel and somehow blaming this on Israel
for wanting to kill another top Hamas leader.
Top Hamas leader, Khaled Meshaal, is visiting Gaza for the very first time since he was a child. He has been the top leader of Hamas since 2004.
Hamas' original headquarters was in Damascus until the Syrian uprising and now they have moved it to Qatar. (So be leery of any information coming
out of Qatar regarding the new Syrian Opposition Coalition that was recently created and being head up by "businessmen" from Qatar.)
More on the "celebration" taking place...
Saturday’s rally is not being held on the exact date of Hamas’s founding, but on the 25th anniversary of the start of the first Palestinian
uprising, or intifada, against Israel.
Here are quotes coming from Mashaal in the last couple of days...
“I hope God will make me a martyr on the land of Palestine in Gaza,” he said on seeing it.
“There is a new Arab presence, there is a different kind of support,” Meshaal said last week.
That's right, the different kind of support is coming from all Muslim extremists to ban together, including the Muslim Brotherhood and Al Qaeda to
spread "political Islam" throughout the Middle East.
So, while Abbas is trying to create a Palestinian state, Meshaal and Hamas keep saying that they are working together with the Palestinian Authority,
but are they really? More from Mashaal...
“We accepted (the idea), but not at the expense of recognizing Israel or giving away Palestinian rights, but as a common (Arab) factor,” he
told Reuters last week.
Khaled Meshaal, the Hamas leader in exile, has rejected any concessions over a future Palestine state at a rally marking the 25th anniversary of
the armed Palestinian group.
"Palestine is our land and nation from the [Mediterranean] sea to the [Jordan] river, from north to south, and we cannot cede an inch or any part
of it," he said.
"We fight Zionists, not Jews. We fight whoever occupied our land, regardless of religion ... Statehood will be the fruit of resistance, not
negotiations," Meshaal said to cheering fans.
Local Fatah leaders were due to attend the 25h annivesary celebrations, which would be the first time Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's
faction has taken part in such an event since at least 2007, when it fought a brief civil war with Hamas in Gaza that was won by the latter.
Local Fatah leaders? Are there any Fatah members that are really considered "leaders" left in Gaza? I doubt it, they're probably better known as