Skip to comments.Dahlan Slams Abbas: He’s a Dictator and a Bully
Posted on 07/30/2011 1:05:14 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
Former Fatah Central Committee member Mohammed Dahlan slammed Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas on Friday, saying that he is a dictator and a bully.
Voice of Israel radio presented Dahlans remarks which he made to a Kuwaiti-based newspaper. According to the report, Dahlan said that Abbas is trying to establish a dictatorship in a period of post-dictatorships. Those who cannot bend the law according to their liking turn to methods of bullying.
Dahlan made the comments in the wake of Thursdays raid by the PA on his Ramallah home.
During the raid, armed police locked Dahlan in a room and confiscated computers, 16 weapons and 12 of his and his bodyguards vehicles, including two bullet-proof cars.
Dahlan was the ruling kingpin in Gaza until Hamas overthrew the Fatah faction in a terrorist militia war four years ago. He has built a personal political and financial empire that Abbas sees as threatening to his power.
Dahlan has been banned from Fatah and has even been accused by PA officials of sending Israeli arms to Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi.
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Abbas IS an illegal dictator.
(sorry i don’t remember who wrote a detailed post,
about Palestinian election laws, etc.)
yet Obama supports him, and bombs the stuffing out of Gaddafi?
Hooda guessed that a cold-blooded murderer and lifelong member of a genocidal criminal gang would rise to the top of the heap by being a bully? :’) Thanks Eleutheria5.
Of course, butter wouldn’t melt in the mouth of Essayyad Dahlan elmukram. He’s kind to children, little old ladies and puppy dogs (before strangling them).
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
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