Hizballah strives to patch up Hamas-Assad quarrel
Syrian President Bashar Assad refuses to allow Hamas to return to its former headquarters in Damascus, despite efforts by the Lebanese Hizballah to bridge their differences. Hizballah’s deputy chief Sheikh Na’im Qassem reported Wednesday that Hamas was drawing ever closer to the “resistance axis” of Iran, Syria and Hizballah. Assad has not forgiven Hamas for siding with the rebels fighting his regime in the eight-year civil war, or even allow its agents to start working in the Palestinian refugee camps around Damascus.
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Hezbollah must be suffering in Syria if they’re wanting to bring in Hamas to give them some relief.
Hezballah trying to channelize the hate energy in the Arab world against Israel/Jews who are not the enemy. The Sunni/Shiaa conflict , with its current face the rich Arab countries/ Iran conflict, has a strong mechanism. Syrian regime has a more pragmatic look at the conflict. Hamas was a big part of the coalition trying to destroy the Syrian regime and the Shiaa/Allawites influence in Syria and Lebanon. Iran, through Hezballah or cordially is trying to channelize Hamas destructive power against Israel/Jews…… Syrian President would be stupid to fall for this……….. but who knows.
FUTILE ARABS ARE TRIBAL THEY CAN NOT PATCH A CUT FINGER
Jew baiting, Israel hating, demonizing the Jewish nation and its 4 000 years of glorious Tradition !
Nothing of human value, positive and creative can ever be built on such Evil foundation.