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Gazan’s Growing Angry at Hamas

Shijaiyah neighborhood may have been destroyed, but Hamas wants Israeli surrender.

Shijaiyah neighborhood may have been destroyed, but Hamas wants Israeli surrender.
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Gazans are beginning to voice their displeasure at Hamas for not stopping the war against Israel earlier, thus causing needless destruction and death in Gaza, according to a Makor Rishon report. But they are doing it carefully, so that Hamas doesn’t execute them too, as it did others who complained.

Gazans are upset that Hamas placed and fired rockets near their homes, causing their homes to be destroyed by the IDF, while those same rockets did minimal to no damage to Israel in return.

Hamaas could have accepted the cease fire when there were only 200 Gazans dead, one Gazan complained, but instead chose to continue to attack Israel, raising the number of dead to almost 2000.

Gazan sources are saying that Egypt plans to allow 5000 PA security forces into Gaza as part of the rehabilitation of Gaza and to handle the border crossings as well.

But some Gazans believe those same PA security forces may also be meant to help Gaza’s citizens resist and ultimately collapse Hamas.

The last time there were PA forces in Gaza was in 2007, when Hamas slaughtered the rival Fatah members, threw their bodies off rooftops, and just generally dismembered them as part of Hamas’s takeover of the Gaza Strip.

Meanwhile, Qatar wants to transfer millions of dollars directly to Hamas.

Israel for its part won’t allow Qatari money to be delivered directly to Hamas, but rather it will go through a third party, be it a different Arab state such as Jordan or Egypt, or an international body.

One thing to watch with interest, is the possibly upcoming Palestinian Authority elections sometime within a year.

That’s where we’ll really see if the Gazans are actually upset with Hamas, or if it’s all talk.

Within the Palestinian Authority in Judea and Samaria, Hamas is rapidly growing in popularity.

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7 Responses to “Gazan’s Growing Angry at Hamas”

  1. Paul W. Howe says:

    Another lie cos they cant speak truth ever..

  2. Feel for these people if homos finds out!

  3. Feel for these people if homos finds out!

  4. =
    The murderous antisemites muslims Gazans are Not growing angry at Hamas, nor at any other muslims terror group that battle Israel.
    They all are supporting Hamas & all the other terror Gaza groups.

    The Gazans are not afraid of Hamas, they support Hamas.

    Just the last days , thousands of thousands of gazans took the streets in a show of support to Hamas.

    Gazans are Not upset that Hamas nor at any other terror Gaza groups that placed and fired rockets near their homes, and within their homes, within their mosques, schools etc…

    Gazans even booby trapped their homes, alleys, streets, blocks, UNWRA clinics etc…

    There is in Gaza no home clean of Hamas &/or other terror Gaza groups

    The homes, alleys, streets, mosques etc…destroyed belong to the terrorists
    & their surviving relatives, friends, gangs etc…

    The same as (and in fact since 1949) the aid to UNWRA never helped the welfare betterment of any muslim displaced or refugee

    So the “foreign aid &/or humanitarian aid” of the aftermath of the Cast Lead operation (2008–09), and of the Pillar of Defense operation (2012) never went to rebuild any destroyed home. The ruins of the said destroyed homes are still there for all to see.
    The said “aid” went to reload & improve the military capabilities of Gazans.

    All the pressure should be on the Israel leaders to not conduct policies under “foreign aid &/or humanitarian aid” excuses that would allow the transfer into Gaza of materials that will reload & restock Hamas weapons, and the transfer of materials to Hamas that will rebuild terror tunnels…

    All the pressure should be on the Israel leaders to conduct policies that would relocate that murderous antisemite enemy population to antisemite Qatar, to antisemite Erdogan, to Iran etc…Let them shout from there alla o akbar.

    But since the Israel leaders are liberals gone mad, are delusional lefties,
    then not only there is no relocation policy to that murderous antisemite enemy population, But Nazarett, Akko, Sakhnin, Qana, Houra, Yaffo …Moriah MT.
    see the ISIS & the Hamas & the PLO flags flown, in Beit Umar You can even see the Nazi flag fly with its swastika.

  5. gazans have no say hamas would kill them

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