Hamas: Corruption and security coordination make the PA fear popular uprising

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    GAZA, (PIC)-- The Hamas Movement said that corruption and ties with the Israeli occupation state are the reasons for the Fatah-controlled Palestinian Authority's fears of any popular revolt against its regime in the West Bank.

    "The authority in Ramallah has fear that the winds of change may blow out into the occupied West Bank because the Fatah-affiliated regime is known as the most corrupted governments in the region and it also has links and cooperation with the occupation against our people's interests," Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri stated.

    Spokesman Abu Zuhri in a statement to the Palestinian information center (PIC) on Friday stressed that this corruption and security coordination with Israel were further vindicated by Al-Jazeera papers that exposed the size of concessions made on the Palestinian rights and constants as well as the security cooperation with the Israeli occupation.

    He emphasized that the Palestinian resistance factions are demanded to overthrow Mahmoud Abbas and his authority once and for all.

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    April 2, 2011, After nearly two months of rising tension, Israel and Hamas have taken a step towards a full-blown military confrontation: Before dawn Saturday, April 2, an Israeli air strike killed three senior Hamas Izz al-Din Qassam Brigades gunmen in the Gaza Strip in an operation described by an Israeli army spokesman as pre-empting a major Palestinian terror-cum-kidnap campaign scheduled for Passover. A fourth Palestinian was seriously injured by the airborne missile which struck their car between Khan Younes and Deir el Balakh.
     
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    RAMALLAH, (PIC)-- Protests continue in Ramallah as youth await promised steps by Palestinian de facto president to free a list of men held for political reasons in the Palestinian Authority jails and demand an end to a media incitement campaign.

    The meeting ended when Abbas promised to free the prisoners who have already been ruled as free men by the Palestinian Supreme Court. The protesters submitted a list of those names on Tuesday. They are also communicating with independent media organizations to inspect, monitor and try and end the current media incitement campaign.

    The protesters are said to have been repeatedly attacked by elements from Fatah and the Palestinian Authority security agencies, as Fatah ”thugs” have beaten several of them and tried to set fire to their sit-in tent.

    The PA has used several techniques to contain the sit-in and use it for Fatah interests, in a bid to thwart demands for a nullification of the Oslo Accords and for an end to security cooperation with Israel as well as the Israeli occupation and the national split.

    Ramallah protests continue as Abbas delays freeing prisoners
     

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