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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Hamas declares the end of its isolation after the historic visit of the Emir of Qatar


Expected and applauded warmly welcomed by the Hamas Islamist regime in the Gaza Strip. Criticized by the Palestinian government in the West Bank and Israel. So was the visit to Gaza the emir of Qatar, Hamad bin Khalifa al-ThaniThe influential leader met with the Islamist leadership, launched major projects promised works and becoming the first head of state to visit Gaza since Hamas took political control and assembly in June 2007 by driving out forces loyal to Fatah. A year earlier, Hamas had won the Palestinian elections. Hence the value of the visit is not only economic but political and Simbolic or. Hamas claims to have broken the isolation then dictated by Israel, Egypt and the international community (except Iran and until recently the Syrian regime of Bashar Assad) that follows the Islamist movement demanding the fulfillment of three conditions : renounce violence, recognize the State of Israel and respect the agreements signed in the past. "It's a great day when Gaza welcomes you, a great man, a beloved Arab and Islamic leader. With your visit, you officially break the unjust political and economic blockade imposed on Gaza to give in and give up resistance. They failed , "proclaimed Islamist leader and prime minister, Ismail Haniya to the Emir and his wife, Sheikha Moza Bint NasserHaniya finished his speech to the emir to applause and a phrase: "Today we are in Gaza and Jerusalem released tomorrow"After being awarded the title Doctor Honoris Causa of the Islamic University, the Emir said that "the Arab world is proud of the strong resistance of the Palestinian people" and called for Israel to internal reconciliation. Amid tight security, the Persian Gulf billionaires guests entered the Gaza-inhabited by 1.6 million people, through the Egyptian border crossing of Rafah. Haniya said his arrival "shows that Gaza is not alone." He also announced that the emir had increased economic aid initially estimated at $ 254 million in various projects in Gaza (hospital, refurbishment of a major road, new district in Khan Yunis, etc). According to Hamas, over 400 million.

Unrest Fatah

Haniya's smile by dollars and political backing is just as big as the anger of their domestic rivals in the Fatah-ruled West Bank . "Search for a political power in the region at the expense of the Palestinian people, their rights and their unity is unacceptable," said in a statement criticized Fatah, the group led by Palestinian President Abu Mazen . A leader of the PLO,Yasser Abed Rabo , criticized the visit and expressed his hope that "the case of a blip and not the start of a tradition." In Ramallah clarify that support "aid to the people of Gaza but not at the expense of the West Bank separation and recognition of the independent power of Hamas." The emir called this weekend to Abu Mazen to confirm your invitation to go visit him . Since the Hamas takeover of the president of the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) has not stepped on the Mediterranean strip. Fatah leader expected the emirate also come to Ramallah. In Israel they have not missed a visit. The Foreign Ministry spokesman,Yigal Palmor , has pleaded "stunned". " It is very strange to get into the internal Palestinian conflict and take sides with the terrorist group Hamas which opposes peace and bitter life of Israelis and Palestinians. " The visit of the Emir has parked for a few hours the fighting between Israel and Gaza militias. Shortly after a soldier was seriously wounded (apparently lost a hand) due to an explosive activated on the border with the Gaza Strip, the Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu , says: "Our reaction will be very hard to answer all these terrorist attacks. "

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