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Masri: We will win the battle in Gaza

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images_news_2009_01_01_masri-2_300_0Palestinian lawmaker Mushir Al-Masri of Hamas Movement has rejected Wednesday allegations of some Arab circles that Hamas was a "card in the hand of Iran and Syria", asserting that Hamas would win the battle against Israel in Gaza.

According to Masri, those repeating such allegations were part of the Israeli and American agenda in the region that "totally surrendered to the US and raised the white flag".

"Such abnormal voices should go away and leave the arena to the real men to restore the honor and dignity of the Arab Ummah", underlined Masri in an interview with the Quds Press.

Throwing the ball in the court of Hamas's detractors, Masri accused those who "stabbed the resistance in the back" of allying themselves with the enemy" in fighting the Palestinian resistance just to preserve their positions. 

He also stressed that Hamas was and still is the first line of defense in the Arab Ummah against the Israeli occupation government, and not a "card" in the hand of any country.

Internally, Masri underscored that the PA government of Ismael Haneyya was following up in detail what is happening in Gaza Strip, and that members of the PA government were participating in morning martyrs and participating in funerals.

He lashed at PA chief Mahmoud Abbas and the PA government in Ramallah city, asserting that Abbas's dream of returning to Gaza on an Israeli tank won't be realized.

 
 
 
 
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