Friday, 16 March 2018

Who's Behind the Attempted Assassination of a Top Palestinian Leader?

It's easy to blame Hamas for the attack that took place in Gaza, but there are much more likely suspects.

Hamas does not and could not have any interest in attacking senior Palestinian Authority officials on their way to inaugurate a sewage treatment plant that residents of the Gaza Strip have long awaited.

Hamas also had no interest in turning a blind eye and letting someone else attack the visitors from Ramallah. Hamas wants to portray itself as a strong ruling power that’s willing to give up its share of power out of concern for the people, and not because of its own failures. The fact that it didn’t manage to thwart this attack will weaken its position in talks with both Egypt and Fatah, the ruling faction of the PA. Read The Full Article Here.

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