Skip to comments.Report: Hamas says agreement on long-term truce
Posted on 02/12/2009 2:56:35 PM PST by Free ThinkerNY
CAIRO (AP) - The deputy leader of Hamas said Thursday night that the Islamic militant group agreed to an 18-month truce with Israel for the Gaza Strip, the official Egyptian news agency reported.
Moussa Abu Marzouk told MENA that Egypt's government, which has been mediating between Hamas and Israel, would announce the truce in two days after consulting with other Palestinian factions.
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They need a long term truce to replenish their rocket supply.
I mean, really... what’s the point?
Now that Bush and Rice have quit meddling with their
doomed and foolish Roadmap full of potholes...the Israelis have finally realized they are on their own and have decided to do what’s necessary to survive.
Hamas probably isn’t interested in dealing with Netanyahua.
That all depends on what the meaning of the word “truce” is.
The ONLY reason this is happening is that Hamas knows that if Netanyahu is Prime Minister they are toast.
“Report: Hamas says agreement on long-term truce”
They forgot this subheading...
Rocket firing to resume tomorrow.
18 months needed for re-armament, recruitment, and training of more genocidal terrorists.
Oh sure sounds good . DUH
Jimmy Carter said that Hamas could be believed and trusted. That must make it so. Jimmy learned everything he knows about negotiations from his great uncle, Neville Chamberlain.
One more thought, Jimmy Carter should be believed because he was the winner of the Noballs prize.
And dig out the tunnels to Egypt.
The deputy leader of Hamas said Thursday night that the Islamic militant group agreed to an 18-month truce with Israel for the Gaza Strip...but not for Judah and Samaria, so the rain of missiles should be starting any day.
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