Thursday, December 14, 2006

The Gaza gang wars continue..as Hamas PM Haniyeh is denied entrance back to Gaza with Iranian Cash and the US trains Fatah goons

Things are definitely heating up in the Beast's gangland fiefdoms in Gaza and the West Bank.

Most of the action today was in Gaza.

It started out with a gangland style hit on Hamas religious Qadi Bassam al-Fara in the southern Gaza town of Khan Younis at his home. Needless to say,the Hamas boys vowed vengeance in return.

The fun continued when Hamas PM Ismail Haniyeh tried to come back to Gaza through the Rafah crossing between Gaza and Sinai with a fat suitcase full of cash - about $31M, from all accounts.

The Israelis requested that the EU monitors and Abbas' Force 17 guards not let him in with the money, for obvious reasons...so the money was confiscated. And that led to real shoot out!

Hundreds of Hamas Ezz e-Din al-Qassam militiamen attacked the terminal, seized control of the border crossing and ran off the European monitors and Fatah Presidential Guard 17 troops. They then tore down the terminal and blew up Egypt's border fence.

The Rafah exit to Egypt was stormed by Palestinians desperate to try and escape from the Palestinian experiment in self government. Their `Arab brothers' the Egyptians will have to round them up later,just as they have before, and shove them back into Gaza.

Haniyeh is scheduled to come across the border tomorrow,minus the suitcase. He has some particularly interesting company, according to my sources - a senior Hamas military delegation led by Abu Obeida al Jerat, who signed military pacts with Hamas kingpin Khalid Meshaal between Hamas and Iran for Iran’s Revolutionary Guards to provide providing advanced training for Hamas fighters. Which is why Haniyeh got the money, of course. No Jew killing, no cash...mujahadeen suckahs!

In Nablus, in the West bank (Judea and Samria) the IDF Security forces foiled a major terrorist attack
by `moderate' Abbas' armed faction, the al-Aksa Brigade. They stopped a car and found 18 lbs. of explosives in the trunk in a black bag, which was then detonated.

There was also the little matter of the IDF making a major sweep throughout the entire area, busting piece loving terrorist cells in Nablus, Qalqiliya, Hebron and Bethelehem.

Meanwhile,it came out today that the US is training Abbas' goons in what is described as `counter terrorism'.

Does that mean that al Aksa and Force 17 are going to start killing themselves?


The American security coordinator in the territories, General Keith Dayton, has been giving secret training to Force 17 (AKA `the Palestinian Presidential Guard') to provide "support" to Fatah in its turf war for power with Hamas. The initial training was conducted by American military instructors in a military camp near Jericho, for some 400 men. And now Dayton has requested that the so-called `Quartet' put in place Egyptian, British and Jordanian instructors to train this private army loyal to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, growing it to around 6,000 trained Jew killers. Of course, no one is remembering how Force 17 participated in active terrorism when they were Arafat's men - as was Abbas.

If those men are trained and armed, they will eventually end up by turning their guns on Jewish civilians, just like last time. And perhaps on Americans too, which has also happened before.

They're also conveniently forgetting the findings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank that the Palestinian Security Services were overstaffed, out of control, had no accountability and were an insurmountable burden on the Palestinian economy.

And that was before the addition of more than 35,000 troops in the last three years..not counting non-existent people drawing a paycheck from us gullible Westerners...the old mafia `no-show job' racket.

The turf war continues in earnest. Abbas has reportedly scheduled a speech to the Palestinians Saturday. If he calls for early elections to try and overturn the Hamas parliament, Hamas will likely consider it a declaraton of war.


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11 comments:

nazar said...

I really don't like the idea of us training these Fatah mobsters. Like you said, they are radicals who talk nice. No better than Hamas.

Did we forget the lesson of 9/11? We helped the mujahadeen in Afghanistan against the Soviets and they repaid us with 3000 dead Americans.

Anonymous said...

Why are we trusting these Fatah-affiliated buggers when we know they are just as intent on ensuring eventual destruction of Israel as Hamas?

Fatah seemed to be holding up well against Haniyeh and his ilk; we don't want to create a situation whereby one side dominates and actually has the time and energy to start attacking Israel. Keep the anarchy and divide-and-rule strategy going.

nazar said...

Harrison, I think that eventually Fatah or Hamas will gain the upper hand and force the other side out. We can't rely on a divide and rule strategy for prolonged periods of time.

Anonymous said...

nazar, agreed.

Despite our best efforts at crippling and depriving Hamas of funding, their zombie government still manages to survive due to Iranian funding. I imagine that if we rescinded all support for Fatah - tacit or otherwise - Hamas will be able to dominate the political and military spheres within the Palestinian context.

But will such a development embolden Israel to decisively deal with Hamas/Fatah if it wasn't preoccupied with internal rivalries? Or would there be a continuance of the rather uninspiring performance that Olmert has so far managed to offer?

Anonymous said...

nazar, agreed.

Despite our best efforts at crippling and depriving Hamas of funding, their zombie government still manages to survive due to Iranian funding. I imagine that if we rescinded all support for Fatah - tacit or otherwise - Hamas will be able to dominate the political and military spheres within the Palestinian context.

But will such a development embolden Israel to decisively deal with Hamas/Fatah if it wasn't preoccupied with internal rivalries? Or would there be a continuance of the rather uninspiring performance that Olmert has so far managed to offer?

Anonymous said...

nazar, agreed.

Despite our best efforts at crippling and depriving Hamas of funding, their zombie government still manages to survive due to Iranian funding. I imagine that if we rescinded all support for Fatah - tacit or otherwise - Hamas will be able to dominate the political and military spheres within the Palestinian context.

But will such a development embolden Israel to decisively deal with Hamas/Fatah if it wasn't preoccupied with internal rivalries? Or would there be a continuance of the rather uninspiring performance that Olmert has so far managed to offer?

Anonymous said...

nazar, agreed.

Despite our best efforts at crippling and depriving Hamas of funding, their zombie government still manages to survive due to Iranian funding. I imagine that if we rescinded all support for Fatah - tacit or otherwise - Hamas will be able to dominate the political and military spheres within the Palestinian context.

But will such a development embolden Israel to decisively deal with Hamas/Fatah if it wasn't preoccupied with internal rivalries? Or would there be a continuance of the rather uninspiring performance that Olmert has so far managed to offer?

Anonymous said...

Pardon the quad-post.

Some problem with my server, but it's fixed now.

Freedom Fighter said...

One word, my friends - it's all about the S A U D I S.

Anonymous said...

Somebody should nuke USA like they nuked Japan and stick the world trade center into their gay asses, since 911 sounds to me a mr. bush's invention from all that i heard.

Freedom Fighter said...

I guess you haven't heard much , anonymous..and, let's leave your sexual preferences out of it, OK?