View this clip (below) of Hamas fire artillery amongst a Fatah loyalist Wedding party; while beating guests with clubs and chairs! -Read more
Injuries, arrests, with 150 women and children marching to Hamas Police headquarters in protest. Fatah spokesman in the West Bank, Fahmi al-Za'areer, told Deutsche Presse-Agentur dpa that Hamas militia attacked overnight dozens of people staging a spontaneous protest in the northern Gaza town of Beit Hanoun...
Stories vary, but a Fatah source said Hamas forces also detained at least 15 supporters of the group in Khan Younis, located in south Gaza Strip...
Another brave(?) news reporter's NEWS CLIP- here
Makes me wonder why it was so easy to film this; amidst the Hamas "Media improvement strategy" to further the region's 'caliphate.' What's with the "Security surge" during Fatah Weddings?
On July 31st, Newsbusters Reported:
"Journalists Take Hamas-led Tour of Gaza StripSo, Hamas Poll, Good or Bad?
"I also wonder about the many places that Hamas didn't include on the air conditioned Gaza Golden Mile tour. Perhaps they could have stopped by the spot where the
27 Palestinians were killed along with a U.N. relief worker, or perhaps the places of protest where Hamas gunmen shot live ammo into the crowd, killing two... Do those places count?"
According to the 6.12.07 edition of the Palestinian Al-Ayyam...
Five Palestinian political parties will submit a request to the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Central Council to hold early elections.
So, I guess we won't see this (Hamas supporter) supervizing the next Palestinian election?
The parties are: the Palestinian Peoples Party, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP), FIDA and the Popular Struggle Front.
"When asked to rank the greatest threat facing Palestinians, 56 percent cite intra-Palestinian fighting and the absence of law and order as the number one threat.
Twenty-one percent believe poverty is the major threat while 12 percent point to Israeli occupation as the greatest threat. Only 10 percent cite the international boycott as a major threat to Palestinians."