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Exiled Jordanian Palestinian Activist Tweets Support for Israel, Anger at Hamas

A Jordanian Palestinian Arab writer and political activist exiled to the UK since 2010 has taken to the Twitter social networking site to express his support for Israel in its fight to end the terror from Hamas.

Mudar Zahran tweeted “in the name of the Jordanian Opposition of Collation” on Tuesday, calling Israel a “friendly nation” and saying that he saw “hope for a global partnership against Hamas.”

Mudar Zahran ‏@Mudar_Zahran
In the name of the Jordanian Opposition of Collation, We identify Israel as a friendly nation and hope for a global partnership against Hamas

Zahran, who said he is “currently traveling in the West Bank for my people at this time of need,” added in a second tweet that he supports Israel’s Operation Protective Edge.

Mudar Zahran ‏@Mudar_Zahran
In the name of the Jordanian Opposition of Collation, We support Israel’s operations against Hamas, and we hope it brings freedom to Gazans

Zahran added, “I support Israel at 500%, and I will say it a million times if I have to, Hamas is a terrorist organization…”

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