Monday, 27 December 2010

Ramallah militias detain 11 Hamas supporters and Hamas calls for prosecuting traitors for betraying their people

Hamas calls for prosecuting traitors for betraying their people

[ 27/12/2010 - 02:00 PM ]

GAZA, (PIC)-- The Hamas Movement called, on the second anniversary of the Israeli war on Gaza, for bringing to court everyone who betrayed the Palestinian people and their national cause and demanded Fatah faction to stop political arrest and release the detainees in its jails if it has a genuine will to end the internal division.

In a press release, Hamas also called for scrutinizing Wikileaks documents on Gaza war in order to draw lessons and to prosecute those who conspired against their people.

"This enemy did not dare to take its war step without getting the green light from the United States, which was undergoing a period of presidential transition, and receiving a welcome and blessing from some regional countries, and encouragement from Abbas's authority. The Zionist enemy then promised all these parties that it would need only a quick strike that could last for three days and everything would end in favor of the Zionist project in the region without any embarrassment to the collaborating parties, the Islamic Movement emphasized.

"Despite all this alliance and planning, the Palestinian resistance spearheaded by the Islamic Movement of Hamas was able to make the enemy and its allies understand that the power of God is stronger and that the will of free men can never be intimidated by bombs or defeated by unjust alliances," it added.

Hamas also stressed that it would never forget all the countries and leaders who helped Gaza to stand up in the face of adversity and conspiracies.

Ramallah militias detain 11 Hamas supporters
[ 27/12/2010 - 07:01 PM ]

RAMALLAH, (PIC)-- Security militias loyal to the Ramallah authority of Mahmoud Abbas rounded up 11 Hamas supporters in the districts of Nablus, Tulkarem, Jenin, and Bethlehem on Monday.

Local sources noted that most of the captured were either students or former prisoners in Israeli occupation jails.

A PA military court in Nablus sentenced two detainees to five months in jail. Both were formerly held in Israeli jails.

Relatives of detainee Abdulrahman Eshtiye said that he had started a hunger strike a week ago and was only taking liquids in protest over his bad incarceration condition. Eshtiye has been held in PA jails for three months and a half and was deprived of concluding his university studies.

The preventive security forces on Sunday night stormed a village northwest of Al-Khalil and kidnapped a citizen, eyewitnesses reported.
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