Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Civil war looms as factions step up attacks

Civil war looms as factions step up attacks

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--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "austro_bangla" wrote:
Re: Civil war looms as factions step up attacks

Considering your pleasure and joy expressed in this regard, we have the right to be pleased about the `kind and humane' treatment of your mates by the 25% `Jew" Hitler. Aye!

--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "bruceksim" wrote:

It is just your dopey islamo-fascist mates slaughtering other dopey islamo-fasists!! That's good eh knucklehead??
Cheers Bruce

--- In freeamericanow@yahoogroups.com, "austro_bangla" wrote:

No job, no food, no water, no electricity, ... are the norm of life. On top of these misery Israeli bullets, bombs and missiles are unstoppable and unwelcome friends of Palestinians. Bush and Blair have been conspiring a civil war for a long time. Now they are smiling and saying, "we are loosing in Iraq and Afghanistan but not in the longest running concentration camp known to mankind".

Civil war looms as factions step up attacks
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Nidal al-Mughrabi in Gaza CityJune 13, 2007

HAMAS gunmen stormed Fatah security headquarters in Gaza City yesterday, moving Palestinians closer to civil war, minutes after the Islamist group's deadline for Fatah to quit key facilities expired.

An announcement on a Hamas radio station had given Fatah until 2pm local time to pull security men out of the military intelligence, presidential guard, national security and preventive security facilities. After the deadline passed, witnesses said gunmen from Hamas's armed wing attacked a large security compound of Fatah's national security forces in Gaza City. Heavy gunfire and explosions were heard in the area, but there was no immediate word on casualties.

After the attack a spokesman for President Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah faction said its central committee would meet to decide if it should quit the three-month-old unity government with Hamas.

An aide to the Palestinian Prime Minister, Ismail Haniyeh, of Hamas, accused enemies of the group of trying to topple the unity government.

In a separate incident, Palestinian Presidential Guards stormed the offices of a Hamas-controlled television station in the West Bank city of Ramallah yesterday and seized equipment, a Palestinian security source said. The station later said three staff were also detained.

Hamas and Fatah have been locked in a new surge of fighting that has verged on civil war and killed at least 20 people since Saturday. The battles reflect a raging power struggle between Hamas and secular Fatah.

In fresh flare-ups yesterday, gunmen fired at Mr Haniyeh's home and Mr Abbas's office. No one was hurt. Aides to both men accused members of the rival factions of plotting a coup.

The violence, described by Gazans as more brutal than in the past, has included the execution-style killing of a Fatah field commander outside his home.

Source: Free America Now

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