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The Terrorist Thug-ocracy

Here's a fine example of the thuggery that passes for leadership in the "Palestinian" territories.

Hamas lawmaker Khalil al-Haya, center, arrives at Shifa Hospital to visit the morgue where family members killed in an Israeli missile strike were brought in Gaza City, Sunday, May 20, 2007. The Israeli air force fired a missile at a house in Gaza City late Sunday, killing at least eight people, residents and hospital officials said, in the deadliest attack since Israel started hitting back for rocket salvos last week. It followed a decision to step up the counterstrikes. The apparent target of the deadly airstrike, Hamas lawmaker Khalil al-Haya, was not at home and was unharmed. At least six of the dead were his relatives, residents said. At least 13 people were wounded. (AP Photo/Adel Hana)


More pictures of this shining example of "peace and tolerance" (and hopefully future victim of the "Zionist War Machine") follow the break.
A Palestinian man hugs Khalil al-Hayya (C), the senior Hamas lawmaker whose home was bombed, after an Israeli air strike in Gaza May 20, 2007. Israel escalated its strikes against Gaza militants on Sunday killing eight Palestinians in an air strike that struck the the home of a promiment Hamas politician, medics and a source in the Islamist group said. REUTERS/Thair al-Hasani


Khalil al-Hayya (C), the senior Hamas lawmaker whose home was bombed, reacts after an Israeli air strike in Gaza May 20, 2007. Israel escalated its strikes against Gaza militants on Sunday killing eight Palestinians in an air strike that struck the the home of a prominent Hamas politician, medics and a source in the Islamist group said. REUTERS/Thair al-Hasani


Khalil al-Hayya, the senior Hamas lawmaker whose home was bombed, reacts after an Israeli air strike in Gaza May 20, 2007. Israel escalated its strikes against Gaza militants on Sunday killing eight Palestinians in an air strike that struck the the home of a promiment Hamas politician, medics and a source in the Islamist group said. REUTERS/Thair al-Hasani


Hamas lawmaker Khalil al-Haya, right, arrives at Shifa Hospital to visit the morgue where family members killed in an Israeli missile strike were brought in Gaza City, Sunday, May 20, 2007. The Israeli air force fired a missile at a house in Gaza City late Sunday, killing at least eight people, residents and hospital officials said, in the deadliest attack since Israel started hitting back for rocket salvos last week. It followed a decision to step up the counterstrikes. The apparent target of the deadly airstrike, Hamas lawmaker Khalil al-Haya, was not at home and was unharmed. At least six of the dead were his relatives, residents said. At least 13 people were wounded. (AP Photo/Adel Hana)

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