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The Civil War Inside The War In Gaza

Saturday, January 3, 2009  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt

The Jerusalem Post reports on the Hamas assault on Fatah loyalists within Gaza, even as the Israeli ground assault takes a significant toll on Hamas. PLA President Abbas may be asking the U.N. to intervene, but these graphs make you wonder if he isn’t hoping that the international community moves very slowly to condemn the Israeli action –if at all:

Fatah officials in Ramallah told The Jerusalem Post that Hamas militiamen had been assaulting many Fatah activists since the beginning of the operation last Saturday. They said at least 75 activists were shot in the legs while others had their hands broken.

Wisam Abu Jalhoum, a Fatah activist from the Jabalya refugee camp, was shot in the legs by Hamas militiamen for allegedly expressing joy over the IDF air strikes on Hamas targets.

“Hamas is very nervous, because they feel that their end is nearing,” a senior Fatah official said. “They have been waging a brutal campaign against Fatah members in the Gaza Strip.”

Meanwhile, sources close to Hamas revealed over the weekend that the movement had “executed” more than 35 Palestinians who were suspected of collaborating with Israel and were being held in various Hamas security installations.

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