The Hamas terrorist organization is homeless following its split with Syria and new obstacles to a unity agreement with the PA’s Abbas
The Hamas terrorist organization is homeless following its split with Syria and new obstacles to a unity agreement with Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas.
Hamas began turning against Syrian President Bashar Assad several weeks ago as his bloody suppression of the year-long rebellion virtually isolates him from the Arab world. Iran is his only major Muslim ally outside of Lebanon, which is under the domination of Hizbullah and pro-Syrian parties.
Despite several denials that Hamas leaders have left Damascus, the terrorist organization for all practical purposes is “no longer in Syria because we couldn’t practice our duties there,” Hamas’ number two leader Moussa Abu Marzouk told the Associated Press in Cairo.
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By: Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu