Hamas-Fatah ‘Unity Government’!

Posted on April 30, 2011 by rehmat1

Hamas political leader Khaled Meshaal will meet Fatah leader and acting Palestinian Authority Chief Mahmoud Abbas in Cairo to sign the deal, AFP reported on Friday.

American Jewish organization, Americans for Peace Now, which works to help the Zionist regime achieve a secure peace with Arab states and the native Muslim and Christian Palestinians – has welcomed the Hamas-Fatah deal with the hope that Islamic Resistance Hamas will eventually disapear, leaving secularist Fatah, an Israel-friendly Palestinian faction, in power.

“Clearly, it would be preferable if Hamas – a US-designated foreign terrorist organization with a long history of bloody attacks on Israel – could be completely wished away. However, five years of U.S., Israeli, and international efforts to sideline Hamas have failed. The reality today is that the Gaza-West Bank split is a hurdle to peace efforts, raising questions about the capacity of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to implement an agreement,”APN President and CEO Debra DeLee stated.

The reaction from the Zionist-regime and its poodles in the western capitals was typical knee-jerk. From Shimon Peres to the White House, they’re all irked by Abbas’ making peace with the elected government of PA (Hamas) than the terrorist regime in Tel Aviv.

Elliott Abrams, was the most hawkish pro-Israel Jews in the Reagan Administration’s State Department. He is US-Israel dual citizen. Abrams pled guilty in 1991 to two misdemeanors and was sentenced to a year’s probation and 100 hours of community service. A year later, former President Bush Sr. granted Abrams a full pardon. On April 27, 2011 Abrams wrote a column in CFR magazine, entitled ‘A Hamas-Fatah Coalition?’.

“It is hard to see how Israel could negotiate with a Palestinian government half or more of which represents a terrorist group dedicated to attacking the Jewish State (sic). ……. Will Congress vote aid funds for this new half-Hamas government? What will lawyers at the Treasury and State Departments say about the participation of a terrorist group in the PA government?  Will it even be legal to give funds to the PA?” wrote Abrams. Indirectly, the warmongering Jew is advising Obama government to slam sanctions on PA even though similar sanctions have failed to turn Palestinians against Hamas.

Personally, I am least optimistic about any deal with the double agent Abbas. However, a unity government’s unilaterally declaration of an independent Palestinian state (Gaza, West Bank with East Jerusalem its capital) would carry more weight under international laws.

Under US-Israel-EU pressure through funding, Fatah parted away from the other PA member, Islamist Hamas resistance after the later came into power in 2006. Last week both groups reached an initial agreement on all controversial issues including the elections within a year and the formation of the interim unity government. The scheduled elections were postponed by Abbas in January 2009.

Hamas official from Gaza Mahmud Zahar said although the movement was committed to its strategy of “no recognition and no negotiations” with Israel, it would not insist that Fatah stop negotiating with Tel Aviv.
“If Fatah wants to bear the responsibility for negotiating on nonsense, let it. If it manages to get a state, good for them,” Zahar said. “We didn’t view what was happening as a peace process, so we didn’t take part in it,” he said.
River to Sea Uprooted Palestinian
Fashion,Fashion Style Ttrends, hair Style, Fashion Style, Fashion Style Fashion,Fashion Style Ttrends, hair Style, Fashion Style, Fashion Style 2015