Skip to comments.AP Interview: Hamas No. 2 rejects Gaza arms halt
Posted on 11/24/2012 11:35:51 AM PST by Olog-hai
Gaza's ruling Hamas will not stop arming itself, the No. 2 in the Palestinian group told The Associated Press on Saturday, signaling tough challenges ahead for indirect negotiations between Israel and the Islamist militants on a new border deal for Gaza.
The talks are being brokered by Egypt, which also helped forge a cease-fire deal that ended eight days of Israel-Gaza fighting earlier this week.
The truce went into effect late Wednesday and has largely held. Residents in Gaza said Israel has begun easing some border restrictions, allowing fishermen to head further out to sea and permitting farmers inspect land in a former no-go zone.
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As I’ve said before....”truces are simply time to reload in terrorist minds.”
I think that this is actually spelled out in the koran as well. I love your tagline—it is part of my daily prayer life.
Well, that's really going to help! The Egyptian government may not make it through the weekend (I hope it doesn't, actually), and if it does, it's going to come out 10 times more Islamist than even before.
To see who is going to win that battle in Egypt, just consider who did the most visits to the White House. (It wasn’t the liberal minority.)