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Palestinian National Unity to Isolate the Traitors

By Khalid Amayreh

ccun.org, January 31, 2009


 
The meeting in Cairo on Monday, 26 January, between a Hamas representative and Fatah leader Azzam Al-Ahmed  is  a glimmer of hope for millions of Palestinians and their allies who are hoping and praying for a speedy end of the enduring rift between the two biggest political camps at the Palestinian arena.
 
Though symbolic and procedural in nature, the meeting shows that the problems between the two sides can be overcome if both sides display good-will and especially if the Ramallah regime  ends its  ignominious subservience to Israel and the United States.
 
Needless to say, the rift has wreaked havoc on the reputation of the  just Palestinian cause and caused  many bleeding  wounds to our people,  the scars of which will take a long time to heal.
 
However, we are still one people, feeling the same pain, languishing under the same hateful occupation,  and harboring the same hopes for freedom and justice.
 
But in order to reach a lasting national harmony, we need to be honest and frank, and refrain from trying to negate the other side.  This is so because neither Hamas nor Fatah will go away or evaporate into nonexistence.
 
There is no doubt that a great calamity has hit our people in the Gaza Strip. But  by no means was that evil aggression   a victory for Israel unless the Zio-Nazi entity views the mass killing of innocent civilians and the mass destruction of residential homes and public buildings as an act of heroism.

Well, if so, then we should view Adolph Hitler as the greatest hero of all times.
 
Non the less,  we  should refrain from whipping  ourselves too much or try to score propaganda points one against the other.
 
Israel did try to decapitate Hamas, destroy its legitimate government (legitimate because Hamas was elected by the Palestinian people) and give the Gaza Strip back to PA leader Mahmoud Abbas on a sliver platter.
 
The fact that Israel couldn’t achieve the criminal goal  was not due to Israeli magnanimity. Zionists are too thuggish and too criminal minded to know the meaning of magnanimity. After all, magnanimity requires at least a modicum of humanity and Zionism has none of that.
 
In truth, Hamas and other Palestinian resistance factions earned this spectacular steadfastness, this legendary resoluteness, in the face of  overwhelming criminality, hideousness and firepower.
 
Hence, one can only view with utter contempt the cheap canards and calumnies coming out of Ramallah  and accusing  the resistance of responsibility for the widespread death and destruction in Gaza, as if the murderous  pilots who were raining bombs and missiles and  white phosphor on the heads of our children and civilians  were members of Hamas, not Israeli war criminals.
 
To be sure, such  cheap accusations are made by two categories of people, ignoramuses who don’t know the facts, and bona fide traitors who are doing Israel’s work.
 
The former can be somehow forgiven by virtue of their ignorance or stupidity. However, the latter are willful Judases who ought to be silenced and punished. And if the time is not conducive to dealing with them the proper way, they should be isolated in disgrace.
 
This should be one of Hamas’s key tasks in the coming weeks and months. Otherwise, the Fifth columnists within Fatah and the PA, the very people who committed national adultery in broad daylight by collaborating with the Shin Beth and the CIA for the purpose of raping the Palestinian people’s will and achieving America’s morbid goals in this tortured part of the world, will continue to create mischief and try to rock the collective Palestinian boat.
 
These must be ejected, isolated, exposed, disgraced,   and made to pay for their treachery and perfidy.
 
But Fatah is not a movement of traitors, and it is not in the Palestinian people’s interests to see Fatah catapulted  into the laps of the likes of Muhammed Dahlan, Nimr Hammad, and al-Tayeb Abdul Rahim who probably were dreaming, even loudly, of an Israeli victory in Gaza.
 
Hence, it is both  right and wise for Hamas to get closer to true patriots within Fatah. And the time to do is now.
 
There is no doubt that despite the enormity of the genocidal Zionist blitzkrieg against our people in Gaza, Hamas has not only managed to remain intact, but has also earned overwhelming respect and admiration from around the world.
 
Hamas shouldn’t treat lightly this earned outpouring support which many movements, parties and governments even dream of receiving a fraction of it.
 
In light,  Hamas should show enlightened  flexibility toward re-establishing national unity.
 
It is this national unity that will eventually dump the government of Fayadh into the dustbin of history and do away with the whoring practice known as “the security coordination.”
 
The restoration of national unity will also impose an early retirement on people like Keith Dayton and other CIA officers who have taught hundreds, if not thousands, of our beguiled and naďve young sons that the enemy is Hamas, not the Zionist thugs who have just murdered and maimed thousands of our children and civilians in the Gaza Strip and who have been stealing our land and narrowing our horizons.
 
In the Quran,  God orders Muslims to refrain from falling into disunity and internal conflicts.
 
In Surat Al-Anfal, God says: “ And obey God and His Messenger. and fall not into  disputes, lest you lose heart and your power depart; and be patient and persevering: For God stands with those who patiently persevere.” Of all Palestinian factions, Hamas should understand this best.
 
Amen!
 




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