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Fatah: Reconciliation Meant to Aid Fight Against Israel


Palestinian Media Watch reported that Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah movement has admitted that the reconciliation agreement with Hamas is “as an opportunity to establish a united front to fight Israel.”  Writing in response to a Facebook question posed by, Ofir Gendelman, a spokesperson for Prime Minister Netanyahu – the post included a cartoon of Hamas and Fatah fighters smiling, shaking hands and aiming rifles at an Israeli soldier -  Gendelman asked in Arabic whether Mahmoud Abbas sees the reconciliation agreement as a means to unite with Hamas to fight Israel.

“Yes, this is what we want,” was the reply.

 

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20 Responses to “Fatah: Reconciliation Meant to Aid Fight Against Israel”

  1. well so you know what you need to do

  2. Wow, really? Who would have thought?

  3. Mike Burke says:

    Now how will the American Administration spin this to somehow mean the exact opposite?

  4. That is certainly no surprise. The jihad, Hamas and all other jihad line only to murder non Muslims.

  5. Tony Mark says:

    And yet It was the USA and the EU who were the first to Congratulate these Bastards for their long awaited ” unification”.. I wonder how Dumb they look now?

  6. Tony Mark says:

    And yet It was the USA and the EU who were the first to Congratulate these Bastards for their long awaited ” unification”.. I wonder how Dumb they look now?

  7. And Israel will fight back!
    Gaza was a mistake to surrender. It is used to kill Israelis.
    You know what, you don’t want peace and you will get a war instead.

  8. Hah … Abbas not to be trusted !

  9. And there was a question about the relationship?

  10. And there was a question about the relationship?

  11. Dean Hulsey says:

    Arabic stupidest idea idiots. ..

  12. Dean Hulsey says:

    Arabic stupidest idea idiots. ..

  13. Blow them off the map they are evil

  14. Adou Abel says:

    Your answer Abbas will bring you to your tomb…!!!

  15. Michael Mark says:

    Wow-what brilliance ! Ciao

  16. Michael Mark says:

    Wow-what brilliance ! Ciao

  17. The spokesman for Barack Obama at the White House Josh Earnest, stated the following: “No country can accept rocket fire against civilians We support Israel’s right to defend itself against these attacks.”.

  18. The spokesman for Barack Obama at the White House Josh Earnest, stated the following: “No country can accept rocket fire against civilians We support Israel’s right to defend itself against these attacks.”.

  19. Lily Weiser says:

    I am shocked! Really???? I thought that we can all sit and have a peaceful cup of coffee!

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