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20 members of Gaza family killed in airstrike prior to ceasefire
Abbas remarks about killing Shehadah 'dangerous'
Published Friday 14/03/2014 (updated) 15/03/2014 19:11
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GAZA CITY (Ma’an) – The Hamas movement said Thursday that President Mahmoud Abbas revealed “dangerous information” in a speech Wednesday addressing the Fatah revolutionary council.

In a statement, Hamas added that ousted Fatah leader Muhammad Dahlan was aware beforehand of an Israeli plan to target and kill senior leader of Hamas’ military wing Sheikh Salah Shehadah.

Shehadah was killed in July 2002, after an Israeli F16 plane fired a 1-ton bomb at a building in Gaza City he was hiding in. At least 15 civilians were killed in the attack and more than 100 others were injured.

Quoting Hamas spokesman Salah al-Bardawil, the statement highlighted that Abbas’ remarks were very dangerous and “need a comprehensive investigation.”

In a speech in front of the Fatah council, Abbas accused Dahlan of being involved in the murder of six outstanding Palestinian leaders including Shehadah of Hamas.
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1 ) Mel / USA
15/03/2014 01:16
Abbas is a 'fine' one to accuse anyone of anything! He knew in ADVANCE that Israel was going to launch Operation Cast Lead on Dec 27th 2008,& DID NOTHING TO WARN ANY OF THE 1.7 million fellow Palestinian CIVILIANS trapped in Gaza. Abbas &Dahlan are peas in a pod,both kissing Zionist feet for EXTRA power treats,while their neighbors get slaughtered,with NOWHERE to run & shelter.They've BOTH lost the will to RESIST & apply non-violent resistance(like 1st Intifada.Unlike the people who STILL DO!!

2 ) Billy Haque / Uk
16/03/2014 00:41
One looking to fill the others shoes, both offering to make public the others hidden life. Interesting times ahead, as more & more revelations surface. By the time this is finished no one will come untarnished. Hamas would be justified in asking for an investigation, but would one really be forthcoming, or even be capable of presenting the truth. Raking over old coals before the peace process is finished won't really help matters. Probably better to wait, seek resolution when the time is right.
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