Thursday, June 14, 2007

Hamas calls for Israel ties on Gaza civilian needs

Remember all those rockets you fired into Israel? Yeah, that's what we call poor foresight.

The Hamas spokesman in the Gaza Strip, Fawzi Barhoum, told Haaretz on Thursday that the militant group, which earlier seized control of the last symbols of Fatah supremacy in the Strip, is interested in remaining in contact with Israel to attending to the needs of the civilian population there.

So now you want Israel to help the civilians that have repeatedly attacked them? I can't imagine what goes through you peoples minds. And I would love to think that if Israel did offer aid, did forget the rocket attacks, the suicide bombings, the snipers and all that violence, that maybe that would alter the Palenstinian populations image of Israel, maybe they would think, "hey, after all we did they helped, maybe they're not so bad", but I think we all know that's bullshit. Israel could single-handily aid each and every civilian in the Gaza Strip and still be ducking rockets and losing cafes to bombings within two-three months. Does that sound harsh? It should. It's true. You know it.

Earlier Thursday, Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas dissolved the unity government his Fatah party shares with Hamas, and declared a state of emergency and dismissing Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh, from Hamas, and his government, which included representatives of Abbas' Fatah.

"That's it, no more government. There."

Haniyeh said early Friday that Abbas' decision to fire him and his government over Gaza violence was hasty, pledging to maintain the unity coalition.

Pst...that unity coalition, yeah, don't bother.


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