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Hamas chief hails “big sister” Egypt after meeting the “leader of the Arab nation”

A reading between the lines

After meeting Egypt’s Lame  duck, Khalid Meshaal (the  former leader of Damuscus-based Palestinian resistance  alliance), hailed the “Big  sister” Egypt, and its “President” the  “new Leader of Arab Nation”, expressed his satifaction because  the ‘talks lasted almost two hours, twice as long as Mursi’s  meeting a day earlier with ramallah traitor, the leader of Fatah, Hamas’s rival. 

Moreover the  ex-resistance leader was happy with what he heard from the  Hilary-appointed “Arab  hero” and his vision to handle the the  blockage of Gaza, (espectially after  hezbollah stopped smuggling Syrian food and Arms, after the ‘Arab nation’s  spring” and the great Escape of MB’s leadership lead by Hezbollah from Mubarak’s Natron  prison)

Sami  Sehab

The “Arab’s Leader”  explained, how he, off course with full consideration of sister Hillary’s  vision, he will find a way to ensure “How Gaza, which borders Egypt, gets  the gas and petroleum it needs despite a crippling Israeli blockade of the  territory.” with one condition: Hamas should never ever use the Syrian  Made rocket to disturb the peacful live of one milion and half settlers  living in southern Israel. Meshaal said the Arab’s “Leadership”  and intelligence services would continue to shepherd a reconciliation process  between Hamas and Fatah, The intelligence services would follow the steps of  late Omar Suliman the former cheif Spy, in staying exactly at  the mid point in between Fateh and Hamas.

Hamas chief hails  “big sister” Egypt after Mursi meet

 The leader of Hamas, the Palestinian Islamist movement  which rules the Gaza Strip, met new Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi on  Thursday and hailed Mursi’s election as the start of a “new era” for Egypt and  the Palestinians.

It was Khaled Meshaal’s first visit to Egypt since Mursi  won the country’s first free leadership vote.

The founding of Hamas was  inspired by Mursi’s Muslim Brotherhood – Egypt’s oldest and most established  Islamist movement – but the Palestinian group now operates independently because  of its location and the conflict with Israel.

Hamas, which won  the elections in Gaza in 2006, refuses to recognize Israel and calls for the  liberation of Palestinian land.

Meshaal and Mursi discussed ways  to ensure that Gaza, which borders Egypt, gets the gas and petroleum it needs  despite a crippling Israeli blockade of the territory.

“We have entered a new era in Palestine’s relationship  with Egypt, the big sister and the leader of the Arab nation,”  Meshaal said after the meeting. “We were happy with what we heard from President  Mohamed Mursi and his vision to handle all these issues.”

The talks  lasted almost two hours, twice as long as Mursi’s meeting a day earlier with  Mahmoud Abbas, president of the Palestinian Authority and leader of Fatah,  Hamas’s rival.

Hamas was isolated by Egypt under Mursi’s ousted  predecessor dictator Hosni Mubarak, as well as by other Gulf and Arab states and  the West.

It was  embraced by Iran, Hezbollah and Syria – an  alliance built on hostility to Israel – forming an axis of opposition to the  Zionist state.

Mursi is under pressure from many in his movement to  help ease  the Gaza blockade, which Mubarak was complicit in by closing the country’s  border with Gaza.

Egypt’s army-backed government decided in February to  let more fuel into Gaza and increase electricity supplies.

But  Hamas has yet to see any sign of a policy  shift since the election of Mursi, who is keen not to upset Egypt’s ally,the United States, and weaken his hand in a struggle with the powerful  military.

Meshaal said Egypt’s presidency and intelligence  services would continue to shepherd a reconciliation process between Hamas and  Fatah that began last year.

“Egypt has a key role in this,” he said,  adding that Hamas “remains strategically committed to the  reconciliation.”

(Reuters, Al-Akhbar)

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16 Responses to Hamas chief hails “big sister” Egypt after meeting the “leader of the Arab nation”

  1. who_me July 19, 2012 at 8:43 pm #

    i don’t trust mursi or the muslim brotherhood with regard to helping palestinians. they are too friendly with both the israelis (despite the chest beating) and the americans.

  2. Blake July 19, 2012 at 9:26 pm #

    And Hitlery received assurances to relay to her zio bosses in stolenland “Israel” that they won’t open up the Rafah border. Hellooooooooooooooo

  3. Alex July 20, 2012 at 5:56 am #

    “Deliberation, I think, shouldn’t allow brazen propaganda, such as the piece on the meeting between Khalid Mishal and President Morsi.”
    Truth bites, and Musaylama, Instead of complaining here, and to keep his piece at the top, he did it there under his propaganda piece: Those living by the swordshall die by the sword

    My reading between the lines degrades the level of discussion; his lies and his Zionist propaganda enrich the discussion. My “garbage shouldn’t be accepted”, His smart disinformation on Shiites theology, and Iran begging Nato invention in Iraq, should be accepted and hailed or otherwise.

    Referring to Morsi as America’s man is childish to say the very least. It degrades the level of this podium.”

    Calling Nasrallah a liar upgrades the level of this podium.

    “Let us give the man a chance, just because he is Sunni doesn’t mean he is bad.” Musaylama asked.
    Who said being a Sunni is bad, and being a Shiite is good? Shiite Aqil Hashim, of Lebanese southern army was killed by his Shiite fellows of Hezbollah.

    But, the sectarian mind is set to think Sunni, Shiite, Durzi and Alawi, set to reject the other.


  4. Alex July 20, 2012 at 12:58 pm #

    Breaking news:
    Mossad and other western inteligence stand behind Damuacus attack. Two time bombs were planted ahead of the security meeting. it was discovered. Assid shawkat delt with the first, the second exploded (Al-Manar)

  5. Alex July 21, 2012 at 1:15 pm #

    “We are going through a period of change…Regimes are falling and new things are being created,” Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh said, speaking during Friday prayers in the Gaza Strip.
    “(But) the Arab Spring happening in the region won’t end until al-Aqsa mosque (in Jerusalem) is liberated,” he added.

  6. Alex July 22, 2012 at 10:57 pm #

    CAIRO, (PIC)– Khaled Mishaal, the political bureau chairman of Hamas, left Cairo on Saturday night at conclusion of a visit during which he met with Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi and other officials.

    Mishaal met at conclusion of his visit on Saturday evening with Turkish foreign minister Ahmet Davutoglu for a discussion of overall Palestinian developments.

    They also discussed national reconciliation, means of confronting the Israeli occupation’s challenges and measures, and a number of regional and international developments.

  7. Laura Stuart July 22, 2012 at 11:10 pm #

    What is your point ? You post endless propaganda but fail to comment.

    Any one can copy and paste but this is not supposed to be facebook

    • who_me July 22, 2012 at 11:17 pm #

      “What is your point ? You post endless propaganda but fail to comment.”

      you just don’t like information that decisively and convincingly contradicts your own hasbara. 😀

      besides, alex comments plenty, and unlike your comments, i find alex’s posted material very useful and informative.

  8. Laura Stuart July 22, 2012 at 11:21 pm #

    Alex material has never proved anything. The whole point of deLiberation is to publish different view points. You can go with what ever you choose to believe no one is bothered in the slightest what you believe, you Alex and Mabsout are just nameless and faceless beings that post on here.

    • who_me July 22, 2012 at 11:28 pm #

      “The whole point of deLiberation is to publish different view points.”

      but only as long as those povs agree with the pov of laura and khalid. if not it’s:

      “What is your point ? You post endless propaganda but fail to comment.

      Any one can copy and paste but this is not supposed to be facebook”

      you are a hypocrite and a manipulator, laura. the whole point of your attack on alex is to try and prevent him posting his opposing views. it’s pretty obvious what you are trying to do here.

  9. Alex July 30, 2012 at 10:01 am #

    “What is your point ? You post endless propaganda but fail to comment.” Laura Stuart wrote

    In fact, Laura and the other guy assumed that I am shiite, anti-sunnis etc.., so according to them I am posting “endless propaganda but fail to comment.”

    Two years ago commenting on Yamin Zakaria’s piece:  Palestine: Two-State solution of Hamas or wait for the Caliphate , I wrote defending Hamas:

    Whats Left for you??

    1- Palestinian Cause
    2-UN Resolutions
    4- Road Map
    5-Two State Solution
    6- State under occupation
    By Mahjoub



    “I wonder why Yamin Zakaria chosed this title: Two-State solution of “Hamas”??
    He knows that the “Two-State solution” is an Oslo Bastard, that Hamas rejected for years. He knows also that Hamas acceptance of a Palestinian state in 1967 occupied land is conditioned:
    -No to recognition to Israel on 1948 occupied land.
    -No to selling out the Palestine Rights, at the top of it the ROR.

    Because of the the above conditions, Hamas is not considered by Israel, the Quartet and Arab Puppets an eligible peace partner, and consequently Both Hamas and Gaza are under siege.

    Personaly, I consider Hamas and Syria talk about peace nothing more than a Puplic Relations Campain to expose “Peacfull Israel”. With the above said condition, I would call it Two stages solution.

    Moreover, It is the resistance, mainly Hamas and Jihad, that forced Sharon to follow the Steps of Barak (in Lebanon), and without leave Gaza without Conditions.

    In that tiny strip called Gaza there is a Palestinian State sieged by Pharoah and other Arab puppets, rather than by the Zionist Entity.

    No body say that Lebanon is under siege, because the Israeli Gates with South Lebanon are closed, no body is calling for breaking the siege on Lebanon and Hezbullah because Lebanon is open to sea, sky, and Syria.

    Hamas bashers ignore the geopolitical facts, and dared to compare Lebanon with Gaza, Hezbullah with Hamas, blame Hamas for willing to talk to the west, blame Hamas for acceptance of the so- called Two peace solution, and claim that Hamas is following the steps of Fateh (Using resistance to get to the Negociation Table), claiming that Pharoah shall produce a domisticated Hamas.

    Hamas bashers smearing Hamas for meeting Carter because Hezbollah refused to meet him, ignore the fact that Lebanon, even during 2006 July war, was   under siege , so Hezbollah was never obliged to deal directly with the west. There was a Lebanese Goverment, Led by  a resisting president Lahoud backed by Syria, not  by a Lahd (Traitor Abbas) backed by Usrael, Pharoah and arab puppets.

    Other Hamas Basher, such as neo-Handalla, defended Phoraoh’s Siege on Gaza, and attacked activists who dared to break the siege, called them to apologize to Pharaoh, and spread the Zioniat propaganda about tunnels bussiness and drug and terrorist trafficing.

    Finally, I wonder what two states solution Yamin is talking about?? The two states are exising on Ground, the Palestinian State in besieged Gaza and the Zionist State in Occupied 1948 Land and Occupied Sieged West Bank.

    Our task should be unconditional lifting the Siege on Gaza, (Sea, Sky, and Rafah crossing),

    As for waiting the Caliphate, Who is waiting??
    To my best knowlege no boby other than Hizb Al-Tahreer.  
    Let them wait.
    I am not waiting the Caliphate, I am waiting the removal of Pharoah, which would turn Gaza the south of Palestine into a south Lebanon, to lead the resistance and force, as a second stage, Israel to leave West Bank without conditions.




    • Laura Stuart July 30, 2012 at 11:13 am #

      But Morsi is not in control – Tantawi is.

      Lebanon is still occupied by the way.

  10. Laura Stuart July 30, 2012 at 10:55 am #

    Alex you “and the other guy” as you refer to Khalid Amayreh are the only two Palestinians on here. On my visits to Gaza I have always been impressed with the dignity of the Palestinian people.

    Not only do you and Khalid represent the Palestinians on here – we – represent Muslims.

    • who_me July 30, 2012 at 11:20 am #

      Laura Stuart

      “Not only do you and Khalid represent the Palestinians on here – we – represent Muslims.”

      no, you don’t. everybody here represents themselves (or at least one would hope so), and themselves only. that goes for all of us, irregardless of our views.

  11. Laura Stuart July 30, 2012 at 11:33 am #

    Yes of course Who-me, maybe some people would look at the comments on here and have negative thoughts about Muslims since we are bickering.

    By the way I was awarded a Palestinian passport/travel document twice, once by Haniyeh and once by Abbas. I turned the one by Abbas down due to his hypocrisy of offering it after the Mavi Marmara when before we sailed he was actively trying to get the flotilla stopped.

  12. Alex July 30, 2012 at 1:19 pm #

    Who-me, is right, you don’t represent neither Muslims, nor Sunni Muslim’s

    Laura, you and the other guy represent the ugly sectarianism, fanning sectarian wars.
    I represent myself, work for Palestine and will pass my cause to my children and grandchildren. I am not looking for a “Palestinian” Passport, niether from Abbass, nor from Haniyyeh, because such a passport can only be issued with zionist approval.

    Those who are tired from the struggle in both Fateh and Hamas should retire and leave the cause for those ready to continue.

    Good to hear from you that Mursi have no balls, and the decision maker is still Tantawi. If so what revolution MB are talking about? They stole the revoltion, and give it back for the American master, exactly as Galloway described it, Egypt is a tiger who broke the bars, and and both the Military council and the brothers of America are trying to ride it to bring it back behind the bars. Both shall fail, the Jinni is out of the bottle.