Saturday, 15 September 2012

Hamas seeking a ‘United Resistance’ without Syria, against "Israel"

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (R) talks to senior Hamas official Mahmoud al-Zahar in Tehran, Sunday, September 9, 2012.Adressing  the Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad talks to senior Hamas official Mahmoud al-Zahar in Tehran, Rehmat claimed that "since Hamas moved its headquarter from Damascus and paying verbal support for the anti-Assad armed insurgents"
According to confirmed sources, Syria Truth, a Syrain opposition site, claimed that Ghanajah was involved in terrorist operations carried out by Syrian and non-syrian armed groups, Syria, against institutions, Syrian and palestinian people, close to the regime including the "Palestinian Liberation Army", whose arms depots in the suburbs of Damascus were looted at the hands of armed groups supervised by Ghanajah personally.

According to Syria Truth, Syria have well documentation proving that the security official for "Hamas" in Damascus Kamal Hosni Ghanajah, known as "Nizar Abu Mujahid," and who was assassinated in Damascus in June last year, was running terrorist operations funded by Qatar on Syrian territory...   

According to confirmed sources, Syria Truth, claimed that Ghanajah was involved in terrorist operations carried out by Syrian and non-syrian armed groups, Syria, against institutions, Syrian and palestinian people, close to the regime including the "Palestinian Liberation Army", whose arms depots in the suburbs of Damascus were looted at the hands of armed groups supervised by Ghanajah personally.

Another source said "it is now confirmed that Ghanajah provided infrastructure for armed Islamist groups in the suburbs of Damascus, and specifically for those associated with the Muslim Brotherhood," including hideouts, weapon warehouses , 4 wheel cars, Dushka guns and means of communication .. etc. ".  

The source said that the biggest surprise for Syrian security services was finding large sums of money (more than $ 25 million) in the house Ghanajah and in the possession of a number of his associates...
Most of the involved elements (mainly from Hamas) have been arrested.

According to the source, the expansion of the investigation revealed that  Ghannajah by virtue of his strong relations with Syrian security officials imposed by the nature of his work was given "keys security and facilities "  which he placed in service of groups Syrian armed enabling the latter to carry out the assassination of senior Syrian officers in the army and intelligence services and "Palestinian Liberation Army", and carry out an armed robbery on weapons depots and blow up a number of security and sensitive military centers inside and outside Damascus. He also used the security facilities given to him by the Syrian authorities for the benefit of the armed Syrian opposition at the level of movement to and from Lebanon.
The Palestine Liberation Army Condemns
Terrorist Killing of Army Conscripts

The Syrian security services investigations, on "Ghannajah cell" reported to the "Hamas" movement at home and abroad, through Iran and Hezbollahhas sparked a big dispute among the "Gaza Group" headed by Mahmoud Zahar and "Eexternal Group" headed by Khaled Mashaal and Moussa Abu Marzouk.

Informed Palestinian sourses in Damascus told Syria Truth, Mahmoud Zahar to Tehran aims to clarify Gaza's group. Zahar, before visting Tehran met with leaders of Hezbollah to address the issue of "Hamas cell".

Zahar told those involved in Hezbollah and Tehran that "Hamas" is now in fact "Hamasan", (Divided into two Hamas) one linked to resistance, and other overseas Hamas linked to  Global Muslim Brotherhood, Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi and the Qatari government, represented by Khaled Meshaal and Mousa Abu Marzouk. The other "Hamas" concern is oil, gas and real estate prices in the global and Amman stock markets more than anything else.

  This probably is not know to many Syrians.

Abu Ammar, who like many Fateh historic leaders was a former Muslim brother, tried to dip his bread in the dish Syria, besides the ideological motivation to stand by the Muslim Brotherhood in their battle against Hafez al-Assad, the political motivation was not less clear. Abu Ammar wanted to embarrass Sadat and "Camp David, but as a broker, and his best available entrance was
playing within the "House of Hafez al-Assad" himself!

Arafat did not hesitate to instruct his "Abu Maher Ghneim," to involve thugs in the internal Syrian crisis line, starting with weapons and the end of the car bombs.

For weapon, he had assumed his command Brigadier "Abu Taan" (Mustafa Dib Khalil), leader of the "Palestinians armed struggle force"  in Lebanon, who built his "land bridge" to supply "Islamic fighting gangs" with weapons across the Syrian-Lebanese border.

And it was striking that the Fateh gun smugglers to Syria often met with "Phalanges" and Lebanese forces arms smugglers at Qasir "Talkalakh" crossings used today by "14 March movement" for the same purpose, and for the same destination (Iblishood)

For the car bombs, Arafat assigned  "Abdullah Abbasi" Abu Amjad, well known to Syrian political detainees chance who were in Sednaya military prison during the nineties.

"Abu Taan", besides smuggling of weapons to "Iblishood", but sent fighters to support "the Islamic Tawheed Movement" in Tripoli (Sheikh Saeed Shaaban group), which was fighting the Syrian army, and ended up participating in the slaughter of dozens of militants of the Lebanese Communist Party ... "infidels"!!. 

Not only that. It is proven that hundreds of Fateh elements took part in the fighting alongside the "Muslim Brotherhood", both in Hama and other places. The eighties ended up with hundreds of Fateh prisoners in Syrian prisons, including "Abu Taan" and "Abu Amjad" who remained for twenty years in those prisons till the year 2003!
Today, as appears from the available data, "Khaled Meshaal" is playing the same game "Abu Ammar" played in 1980's.

Why not? The Iblishood gun is for rent since founded in the bosom of British intelligence, and "the Suez Canal Company" in the twenties of the last century?

More here in Arabic
Personaly, I can't buy Zahar's story about Hamasan (Two Hamases) and the call for unity of resistance. Zahar himself has an Egyptian mothers and Egyptian citizenship. He voted for Iblishood and its Mursi, who vowed to respect the peace treaty and to make a diplomatic action to restore the rights of the Palestinian people." .

According the Rehmat, Zahar discussed with his Iranian host issues a "united Islamic Resistance" front without its corners stone, Syria. In other words he delivered a message, and most likely he got the same Iranian answer, Haneyeh, Erdogen and many got including Catherine Ashton in Baghdad talking.
However, I would correct Rehmat's mistake. He claimed that "Syria has not fired a single rocket since Jewish army occupied Golan Heights in 1967 and consequently he dares to put Hamas and Syria in one basket, claiming that "Tehran’s support for Hamas and Syria is ‘one sided’" and he claimed that"in case of a joint US-Israel attack, both Hamas and Syria will not come to Iran’s aid."

Rehmant Ignored Syria's support for Tehran since day one of the Islamic revolution, and forget that Syria, many years before the Islamic revolution in Tehran, has regained Golan Heights and reached Tabariya in 1973 war, before Sadat left Syria alone, and he forget that Syria lost 12000 fighter in 1982 invasion to keep Damascus Beirut international road and prevent Sharon from occupying north Lebanon. Rehmat also ignored the Syrian role in 2006 victory that Syria is paying dearly for that role, and for embracing Iran and resistance movements before and after that war.

Hamas calls for a ‘United Resistance’ against Israel

Mahmoud al-Zahar, the co-founder and senior member of Palestinian Islamic resistance ruling the Gaza strip, Hamas, met Iran’s President Ahmadinejad in Tehran on September 9, 2012. He discussed with his host issues concerning a united Islamic Resistance front (Iran, Hizbullah and Hamas) against the Zionist entity. Mahmoud al-Zahar had met Hizbullah leader Sheikh Nasrallah before arriving in Tehran. After the meeting in Beirut, Sheikh Nasrallh said:
The contradiction with the Islamic resistance factions in Gaza is not due to their ideological, religious, or intellectual affiliation. It is, however, due to the program of the resistance.”

It’s obvious, that since Hamas moved its headquarter from Damascus and paying verbal support for the anti-Assad armed insurgents – the relations between some of Hamas leaders and the ‘Axis of Resistance (Iran, Hizbullah and Syria)’ are not cozy as used to be.

Ahmadinejad warned his guest that leaders of Islamic movements should not downplay and underestimate the plots and actions of the enemies, because they are seeking to save the Zionist regime with more sophisticated plots. To that effect, they may pretend to rebuke the Zionist regime, but their main objective is to save this regime.

We have to be more vigilant in a bid to be able to neutralize their conspiracies,” said Ahmadinejad.
The latest US-Israeli conspiracy was the murder of US ambassador in Libya, Christopher Steven, blamed on Libyans protesting against an anti-Islam movie produced by an Israeli Jew producer. According to Canadian Jewish academic, Henry Makow PhD, the murder of the ambassador was an Israeli false flag operation to draw US into war with Iran.

If not realized as yet – Hamas leaders will soon find out that they were fooled by the Saudi, Qatar, Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood on moving out of Damascus. Qatar’s $350 million promised aid was meant to isolate Hamas from its three long-standing supporters, Iran, Hizbullah and Syria. Hamas’ closing its headquarter and military training operation in Syria – was its greatest strategic blunder.

Mahmoud al-Zahar, while conveying Hamas’ appreciation of Tehran’s financial and moral support – told Ahmadinejad:
Yes, our leaders have some differences on the conflict in Syria. Someone is distancing himself from Bashar Assad, others seek closer ties with the Gulf monarchies. But these nuances won`t prevent us from creating ‘single forces of Islamic resistance’.”
There is no indication that Hamas has received $350 million bribe from Qatar ruler. However, the new ruler of Egypt, Dr. Morsi has closed down the underground tunnels used by Hamas to bring in food and building material from Egypt – and put restriction on Palestinians crossing the Rafah crossing.
I believe, Tehran’s support for Hamas and Syria is ‘one sided’. It’s good foreign policy to cultivate friendship with its neighboring countries – but in case of a joint US-Israel attack, both Hamas and Syria will not come to Iran’s aid. Hamas is too weak military-wise and Syria has not fired a single rocket since Jewish army occupied Golan Heights in 1967.

And finally a ZOG joke. The Zionist Jew David S. Cohen, Obama’s Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence, issued a statement:
The U.S. Department of the Treasury imposed on Thursday sanctions against Hizbullah’s leadership in Lebanon, further exposing Hizbullah’s active support to the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad, as well as its role in terrorist activities. ‘Hassan Nasrallah, Hizbullah’s secretary general, is being designated today pursuant to Executive Order (E.O.) 13582, for providing support to the Syrian government,’ said the Treasury in a statement. ‘By aiding Assad’s violent campaign against the Syrian people and working to support a regime that will inevitably fall, Hizbullah’s ongoing activity undermines regional stability and poses a direct threat to Lebanon’s security“.
Cohen’s worry about “Lebanon’s security” reminds me Lebanese President Michel Suleiman’s response to Bibi’s threat to “wipe Lebanon off map”.

Lebanon, despite not enjoying the military and financial support similar to that Zionist entity receives, is the only country that defeated Israel militarily. which the Zionist entity is still suffering from the consequences to this day,” said Suleiman.

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