Israel approves Fatah-Hamas government

Israeli government agreed to release tax transfers to Palestinians despite Hamas-Fatah unity pact. The Israeli traitors received nominal assurances that the money won’t reach Hamas. Of course, tax transfers finance the Hamas empire in Gaza for the last five years by paying salaries of Hamas’ employees. via samsonblinded.org

Which one of you fellows is the Gate Keeper…
I am the Key Master… like this guy below

There_are_many_severe_and_game-changing security/diplomatic implications for Israel of a Hamas-Fatah unity accord. Prepare for war.  The terms of such an accord would undoubtedly include Egyptian agreement to open its border with Gaza, which has been one of Hamas’ key demands. This has wild implications for the import of Iranian weapons into Gaza, and would put the next Israel-Hamas clash on the fast-track.  via Implications of a Hamas-Fatah Unity Accord by David M. Weinberg and A Citadel Defending Zion via calevbenyefuneh.blogspot.com

“The two sides signed initial letters on an agreement. All points of differences have been overcome,” said Taher Al-Nono, the Hamas government spokesman in Gaza. He added that Cairo would shortly invite both sides to a signing ceremony.

Here are some more details
on the deal that they have reached
(Hat Tip: Memeorandum).



“We have agreed to form a government composed of independent figures that would start preparing for presidential and parliamentary elections,” said Azzam al-Ahmad, the head of Fatah’s negotiating team in Cairo.

“Elections would be held in about eight months from now,” he added.

Mahmoud al-Zahar, a senior Hamas leader who participated in the talks, said Wednesday’s deal covered five points, including combining security forces and forming a government made up of “nationalist figures”.
He said Hamas and Fatah would free respective prisoners.
Implementation of the accord is due to start following an official signing ceremony in Cairo, expected in early May.
Any interim government is unlikely to include Hamas officials in an effort to avoid the sort of international boycott that hit the Palestinians after the 2006 election.


is the photo at the top real? yowsa! 

The mass media portrays unity as a positive step, not when it’s between two terrorist groups. – @IFindTerror

This entry was posted on Sunday, May 15th, 2011 at 11:34 pm and is filed under Abbas, Abu Mazen, Avigdor Lieberman, Azzam al-Ahmad, Cairo, Fatah, Hamas, Hamas Fatah Marriage, Mahmoud al-Zahar, Taher Al-Nono, Tommy Vietor. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

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