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WikiLeaks Thwarts Palestian Reconciliation

Hamas will reconsider talks with Fatah in light of WikiLeaks report

Palestine Information Center – 22/12/2010

GAZA– Senior Hamas official Salah al-Bardawil said WikiLeaks documents of Fatah leaders asking Israel to assault Hamas have prompted the resistance group in Gaza to reconsider talks with Fatah security leaders, and may mobilize judicial action for treason.

“Fatah’s denial of the documents does not concern us much. The group takes logistical support from Israel in order to eliminate the resistance movement led by Hamas since the signing of the Oslo agreements.”

“The documents which were revealed alongside the ‘peace illusions’ documents by Mohammed Haikal, revealing an Israel-Fatah agreement to strike Hamas proves that striking Hamas is the common denominator of both parties.”

“The liquidation of the resistance movement in the West Bank at the hands of Israel and Fatah is perfect evidence that security cooperation continues.”

“We had sensed and anticipated that what relates to the documents that leaked was correct, but the extent of cooperation will make us re-think talks with Fatah security leaders. We are now discussing who we will talk with.”

Bardawil strongly denied that Gaza was jailing anyone for political reasons. “This is a lie aimed at deceiving and creating a media confusion,” he said, adding that facts on the ground say there are no Fatah political prisoners in Gaza prisons. He challenged anyone who had proof of that to come forth.

A document that surfaced on WikiLeaks revealed that Fatah asked the head of the Israeli security agency (Shin Bet) Yuval Diskin to attack Hamas in 2007.

December 22, 2010 - Posted by | Deception, Mainstream Media, Warmongering

1 Comment

  1. Hamas has needed to “thwart” reconsciliation with Fatah all along.
    Most intelligence is convinced Fatah has been in the pocket of Mossad all along.

    ww

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    Comment by hybridrogue1 | December 22, 2010


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