BEIRUT - The powerful Lebanese Shiite movement Hezbollah called on Hamas members and officials who are still present in Lebanon to leave the country 'immediately and within hours.' The decision comes as a response to the Palestinian Islamist movement’s role in the ongoing war in Syria against the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
Media sources close to the Palestinian national liberation movement Fatah in Lebanon said a Hezbollah senior security official informed Hamas representative in Lebanon, Ali Baraka, that all of those related to Hamas on the Lebanese territory became have become unwelcome.
Thursday, May 30, 2013
Love affair between two terrorist miscreants is over
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Doesn't this story come from mysterious "media sources?" Aren't you afraid that the Toronto Star is behind it?
Indeed and I'll believe it when I see it. But still it's interesting - I suppose I should have used "may be over" in the headline.
On the other hand, we do know that there has been a big falling out between Assad and the Hamas boss, and the Hezzies are a tool of Assad and Iran, so this all makes sense.
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