It would appear that Hamas and Fatah are currently fighting over who will hold all of the reins in the Palestinian Territories. Much like competing mafia groups, neither is anything remotely "democratic," so whomever ends up in control of the PLC is most likely slated to be replaced by the next
This is just more proof of the obviousâIsrael has nothing
to do with the "destitution" of the Palestinian people. Their situation is one entirely of their own making, and will quickly
be improved, once they stop supporting the crooks who do stuff like you see in this photograph.
Don't expect this little newsflash to be picked up by the myopic press any time soon, though. For the first time ever, I'm sure they're actually stretching
to come up with a reason to blame Israel for this mess.
Stay tuned - I'll be collecting all of the photographs here as the day progresses.Wire Coverage: Associated Press
, USA Today
favorite article on this story is from marxist.com
. Wait until you find out who THEY think the villain is! (More importantly, how is "marxist.com" considered a credible source to put on Yahoo! News? If they
make the cut, shouldn't Snapped Shot?)Update 13:48 EST
: Disturbingly Yellow has a rather humorous
take on these events.
ence despite appeals for calm from both sides. Hamas guards outside the home of Refugees Minister Atef Odwan of Hamas fired into the air to clear the crowd, the latest in a wave of pro-Fatah protests over unpaid wages and stalled talks on a unity government. REUTERS/Nayef Hashlamoun (WEST BANK)