Posts Tagged “Fatah”

HANANIA: The Palestinian “leadership” is the true “catastrophe” For Immediate Release, May 26, 2008

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The “Nakba” is truly a catastrophe for Palestinians By Ray Hanania — They can’t win through leadership so they try to win through rejection and extremism. That’s the continuing saga of the extremists who maintain a hold on the majority of Palestinians in the Middle East and here in the United States, too. We witnessed…

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HANANIA: Hamas peace is an oxymoron, For Immediate Release, April 28, 2009

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  Hamas peace is an oxymoron By Ray Hanania — Former President Jimmy Carter was sincere in his efforts to bridge the current conflict by bringing Hamas into a role as a participant in peace negotiations. But he is naïve is believing Hamas wants peace. Hamas is an extremist Islamist group that has succeeded in…

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HANANIA: Don’t allow Hamas to recapture control of Palestine, For Immediate Release, 12-11-07

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Don’t allow Hamas to regain any control in Palestine By Ray Hanania — The acronym FATAH is based on the Arabic words “Harakat al-Tahrir (Al-Watani) al-Filasteen,” a movement dedicated to the (national) liberation of Palestine. Hamas is based on the Arabic words “Harakat Al-Muqawama Al-Islamia” which is a movement dedicated to zealous Islam, not the…

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HANANIA: Hamas violence in Gaza justifies harsh PNA response, For Immediate Release, 11-12-07

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Hamas violence in Gaza justifies harsh PNA response By Ray Hanania — Too many apologists for the Hamas terrorist organization have tried to assert that the Islamicist organization is a product of Democracy that is seeking to democratically represent the Palestinian people and salvage them from years of Israeli oppression. They argue that because the…

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HANANIA: Olmert reopens door to Peace Abbas should not miss, For Immediate Release, 10-11-07

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Olmert reopens door to peace Abbas should not miss By Ray Hanania — Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert re-opened the door to a peace accord with the Palestinians and was immediately attacked by extremists in his government. But he was also attacked by extremists leading the illegal government in the Gaza Strip, which has been…

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