Thursday, June 14, 2007
The Palestinian lowlifes are at each other's throats, killing each other in the streets. Fox, CNN, and even MSNBC are starting to use the term "civil war" more and more with regards to the subhuman Pallies. And, today, the Pallie Prez dissolved their "government" (run by terrorists for terrorists) and declared a "state of emergency."
Israel can now stand back and watch these thugs kill each other off. How special!
Hamas Seizing Control of Gaza Strip
Hamas fighters launched a fierce offensive on Gaza City Wednesday, firing mortars and rockets at Fatah's main security bases and the president's compound as the Islamic group appeared close to taking control of the entire Gaza Strip.
Fatah's forces were crumbling fast, with some fighters seen fleeing their security posts and hundreds of others surrendering, hands raised, to masked Hamas gunmen.
A Hamas military victory in Gaza could split Palestinians into a Hamas-controlled Gaza and a Fatah-run West Bank, and push the prospect of statehood even further away. It could also set the stage for a bloody confrontation with Israel, which might intervene to prevent attacks from Gaza.
In the southern town of Khan Younis, Hamas militants surrounded a security headquarters and warned everyone inside to leave or they would blow it up, witnesses said. The building was then destroyed by a bomb planted in a tunnel underneath it, said Ali Qaisi, a presidential guard spokesman.
An Associated Press reporter saw defeated Fatah fighters streaming out of the building after turning over their weapons to Hamas militants. Hamas took weapons, clothes and vehicles and flew a green Islamic flag over the building, then celebrated by firing in the air and passing out candy.
So, according to even the most optimistic assessment, the Pallies are about to kill each other in the streets.
But...alas alack!...the BBC says that everything is fine, and that these "Gaza rivals" have "agreed on a ceasefire."
This just in: the Titanic sunk, but the BBC thinks that all 1,500 dead people are still alive because they can swim.
Gaza rivals 'agree on ceasefire'
Hamas and Fatah say they have agreed to the terms of a new truce to end days of fighting in Gaza that has left 80 people dead.
In a joint statement, leaders from both sides called for an end to fighting.
Deputy Palestinian Prime Minister Azam al-Ahmad, a senior Fatah official, said the group had agreed to a list of conditions from Hamas for a truce.
But Hamas's military wing says it has received no orders to put down its guns and clashes are continuing in Gaza.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, of Fatah, and Prime Minister Ismail Haniya, of Hamas, issued a statement broadcast on Palestinian television in which they called on all sides to halt the fighting.
So, we have no truce - we have a "hope" for a truce. That is not what the BBC said - they said that "Gaza rivals agree on ceasefire."
Can we all say bullshit, horseshit, bullcrap? Any way you say it, it spells "BBC."