Monday, August 13, 2012

Former Palestinian Authority security chief: Gazans not under siege, not lacking anything


Former Palestinian Authority security chief: Gazans not under siege, not lacking anything



Shhh! The foolish kuffar might hear! And what would that do to all the Palestinian jihad propaganda on universities and in the mainstream media, and to the UN's ongoing gravy train for Gazans?

"'Hamas fostering terror, damaging ties with Egypt,'" by Khaled Abu Toameh for the [1] Jerusalem Post, August 9 (thanks to [2] The Religion of Peace):

Hamas has created the proper environment for the emergence of new terror groups in the Gaza Strip, Muhammad Dahlan, a former Palestinian security commander, said Thursday.
Dahlan, who founded and headed the Palestinian Authority’s Preventive Security Force in Gaza between 1994 and 2000, also accused Hamas of harboring the terrorist groups and using their members to kill Fatah activists in the Strip....

Dahlan, who was expelled from Fatah last year following a dispute with PA President Mahmoud Abbas and his sons, also criticized Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy for hosting Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh in the presidential palace in Cairo last week....

Dahlan said that the tunnels under the border between the Gaza Strip and Egypt were a source of income for Hamas leaders who have no interest in closing them down.

The Palestinian residents of the Gaza Strip do not benefit from the tunnels, Dahlan added. He called on the Egyptians to hold Hamas and its leaders, and not the entire Palestinian people, fully responsible for harboring terrorist groups in the Gaza Strip and threatening Egypt’s national security.

Dahlan said that the Gaza Strip was not under siege and its residents were not lacking anything. “Hamas is laying siege to the Gaza Strip,” he charged.

Dahlan said that a pro-Hamas Sudanese minister who visited Gaza recently told him that he wished that Sudan had as much basic goods as the Strip....

http://www.jihadwatch.org/2012/08/former-palestinian-authority-security-chief-gazans-not-under-siege-not-lacking-anything.html