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قديم 01-01-2013, 09:19 PM   #2
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Palestinian Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal visits Gaza
The political leader of Hamas, Khaled Meshaal, has called his first visit to the Gaza Strip his "third birth".
He said his previous two "births" were the day he survived an assassination attempt by Israeli agents in Jordan in 1997, and his actual birth in 1956.
Mr Meshaal had not set foot in the Palestinian territories for decades.
His visit follows a ceasefire that ended days of violence between Israel and Hamas. The Islamist militant group has governed Gaza since 2007.
Mr Meshaal entered Gaza from Egypt at the Rafah border crossing, touching his head to the ground in celebration. Officials there said his wife had arrived late on Thursday.
In a statement to the media, he said: "I consider this moment my third birth, and I pray to God that my fourth birth will be the moment when all of Palestine is liberated."
"Gaza is always in my heart," he said.


Replica rocket
Just after arriving in Gaza, Mr Meshaal inspected the charred remains of the car in which military commander Ahmed Jabari was killed in an Israeli strike last month.
He later visited Jabari's home, and that of Hamas founder Sheikh Ahmed Yassin.
Jabari's death marked the start of an eight-day Israeli offensive which Israel said was aimed at halting militant rocket attacks. Some 170 Palestinians and six Israelis were killed.
Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said in a statement that Mr Meshaal's visit was "a fruit of the victory of the resistance over the occupation".
In the past, Egypt's former president Hosni Mubarak never allowed him to use the Rafah border crossing to come here, and it was seen as too risky in terms of his personal security.
An Israeli official told the BBC that no guarantees for Mr Meshaal's safety in Gaza had been requested and none had been given.
"Hamas is Hamas, it doesn't matter who heads it," said Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor. "It's position is known - violence as the only tool to promote its racist and extremist ideology."
Israel, the US and the EU consider Hamas a terrorist organisation.

Leader in exile
Mr Meshaal also visited relatives of the Dalou family, 10 of whom were killed along with two neighbours in an Israeli air strike on Gaza City on 18 November.
Earlier, Human Rights Watch urged Israel to provide a full account of the incident, saying the man whom Israel said it had targeted, Mohammed Jamal al-Dalou, was a low-ranking police officer.
The Israeli military said the Dalou home had been a hideout for a senior "terror operative", and that civilians were never a target.
For the centrepiece of his three-day tour, Mr Meshaal is scheduled to address a rally on Saturday in Gaza City, where a stage has been set up with a replica of a type of rocket Hamas has fired into Israel.

He is also expected to discuss reconciliation moves with the Fatah movement, which Hamas removed from Gaza by force in 2007 after winning elections there. Fatah now rules parts of the West Bank.
In 2011, Mr Meshaal and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas - the Fatah leader - endorsed an Egyptian plan to reconcile the rival factions.
Although attempts to forge a Palestinian government of national unity have since stalled, Mr Meshaal told Reuters news agency ahead of his Gaza visit that "there is a new mood that allows us to achieve reconciliation".
Barring a brief visit to the West Bank in 1975, Mr Meshaal had not visited the Palestinian territories since his family left in 1967.
He survived an Israeli assassination attempt in Jordan in 1997 only after the King Hussein demanded an antidote to poison used by Israeli agents.
Mr Meshaal became Hamas's political leader in exile in 2004 when Sheikh Yassin was assassinated by Israel.
He ran operations from Damascus until February this year, when the unrest there prompted another move. He now bases himself in Qatar and Egypt.
Hamas was created in 1987 after the beginning of the first intifada - or Palestinian uprising - against Israel's occupation of the West Bank and Gaza.
Under its charter, Hamas is committed to the destruction of Israel. But the group has also offered a 10-year truce in return for a complete Israeli withdrawal from territories it occupied in 1967.


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قديم 01-01-2013, 09:23 PM   #3
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Hamas displays united front at Gaza rally
9 December 2012 Last updated at 02:25 GMT

t was an unprecedented scene - a who's who of Hamas, lining up on the stage in Gaza City.

The Hamas political leader, Khaled Meshaal, beamed and waved at the crowd as he stood by prime minister Ismail Haniyeh and other top officials from his Islamist group.

It was Mr Meshaal's first visit to Gaza, after decades living in exile, and this was the first time he had addressed such a crowd.

Tens of thousands of Hamas supporters filled Kattiba Square roused by nationalist speeches and songs. They waved green Hamas flags and wore caps, scarves and full outfits to match.

Some small children dressed as militants and carried toy guns and rockets.

This was the start of celebrations to mark the 25th anniversary of Hamas and an occasion to restate its founding goals.
Standing in front of a huge model missile bearing the legend "Made in Gaza", Khaled Meshaal insisted there would never be acceptance of Israel's right to exist and restated the commitment to armed struggle.

"We are not giving up any inch of Palestine," he said. "It will remain Islamic and Arab for us and nobody else. Jihad and armed resistance is the only way."

He said he would continue to seek the release of Palestinians held in Israeli jails and mentioned a prisoner swap last year when a captured Israeli soldier was exchanged for more than 1,000 Palestinians.

As anticipated, there was a reference too to the need for Palestinian unity.

A damaging rift developed between Hamas and its political rivals in the Fatah faction after Hamas won legislative elections in 2006 and came to power in Gaza a year later.

For the first time since then, local Fatah leaders attended this Hamas event.

"After the Gaza victory, it is now time for ending this chapter of division and building Palestinian unity," Mr Meshaal said.
This was a powerful demonstration that Hamas enjoys wide local support in Gaza and increasingly in the wider region”

"Reconciliation means a united political platform, one authority, one president and one parliament."

There was popular support for the message.
"It is the unity between Palestinian factions that we need and deserve," said a middle-aged man, Adnan.

The general consensus is that efforts to end Israeli occupation of Palestinian territory are undermined by internal political divisions. However, there was also a reminder in Mr Meshaal's words of a barrier that will be difficult to overcome.

If he insists on recognition of the importance of violent resistance, the moderate President Mahmoud Abbas - who is considered a partner to peace with Israel by Western countries - will not be able to accept closer ties.

Political tensions
Mr Abbas has accepted a two-state solution to the Palestinians' conflict with Israel based on the frontiers that existed before the 1967 war when Israel occupied Gaza, the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
One issue that was not addressed by Mr Meshaal was his own future. He has previously stated his intention to step down from his leadership position.

It is known there are tensions with other senior Hamas members, particularly those based in Hamas's stronghold in Gaza.

Some observers commented that veteran figure Mahmoud Zahar has stayed apart from the visiting leader in public.

Off-stage, this trip by Khaled Meshaal to Gaza provides a possible opportunity for the internal leadership election process in Hamas to be concluded

Meanwhile this was a powerful demonstration that Hamas enjoys wide local support in Gaza and increasingly in the wider region.

Delegations from Qatar, Bahrain, Turkey and Malaysia attended the event as well as Egypt. The support of a new Islamist government in Cairo has provided Hamas with a major boost.

This celebration was only made possible because Egypt allowed Mr Meshaal and others access to Gaza through the Rafah border crossing.
Although there were few media reports previewing the Hamas rally in Israel, it will find this show of strength worrying. Like the United States and the European Union, Israel regards Hamas as a terrorist organisation.

Over the years Hamas militants have targeted Israeli civilians in suicide bombings and rocket attacks.

It is currently engaged in indirect talks with Hamas, through Egyptian mediators, after their eight-day conflict last month ended with a ceasefire understanding.


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قديم 01-01-2013, 09:25 PM   #4
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25 December 2012 Last updated at 21:46 GMT
Egyptian voters back new constitution in referendum
Although a majority of voters backed the constitution, turnout was low


Nearly two-thirds of voters in an Egyptian referendum have supported a proposed new constitution, the election commission has announced.

In all, 63.8% of voters cast Yes ballots in two stages, on 15 and 22 December. The commission announced the result live on state-run Nile News TV.

Parliamentary elections must now take place within two months.

Critics say the document, which has triggered mass protests, betrays the revolution that toppled Hosni Mubarak.

He was ousted from power in February 2011 after nearly 30 years of authoritarian rule.

Bridge divisions'
After the referendum result was announced, dozens of anti-constitution protesters blocked one of Cairo's main bridges, setting tyres alight and stopping traffic.

Prime Minister Hisham Qandil said there was "no loser" in the vote and called for co-operation with the government to restore the economy.

The US state department responded to the vote by urging all sides in Egypt to commit themselves "to engage in an inclusive process to negotiate their differences".

In a direct appeal to President Mohammed Morsi, spokesman Patrick Ventrell said that as democratically elected leader he had a "special responsibility... to bridge divisions, build trust and broaden support for the political process".

President Morsi's mainly Islamist supporters say that the new constitution will secure democracy and encourage stability.

Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie, on his Twitter account, called on Egyptians to "begin building our country's rebirth with free will... men, women, Muslims and Christians"
.
But opponents accuse the president, who belongs to the Brotherhood, of pushing through a text that favours Islamists and does not sufficiently protect the rights of women or Christians, who make up about 10% of the population.

Turnout was 32.9% of Egypt's total of 52 million voters, election commission President Samir Abul Maati told a news conference in Cairo.

Mr Maati rejected opposition allegations that fake judges supervised some of the polling - one of several complaints relating to voting fraud made by the opposition National Salvation Front after each stage of voting.

Egypt has recently seen large demonstrations by both critics and supporters of the constitution, which have occasionally turned violent.

Before the first round of voting on 15 December, the opposition considered boycotting the referendum before deciding to back a No vote. Polling had to be held on two days because of a lack of judges prepared to supervise the process.

The political divisions surrounding the referendum have led to economic uncertainty and a reported rush to buy US dollars.
Currency exchanges in parts of Cairo were said to have run out of dollars. Before the result was announced, the authorities declared a limit of $10,000 (£6,200) for travellers into and out of Egypt.

On Monday, Egypt's central bank issued a statement saying that the banks had "stable liquidity" to safeguard all deposits.

The BBC's Bethany Bell in Cairo says President Morsi's government will soon have to take some unpopular measures to prop up the economy, which could hurt his party at the ballot box.

With Egypt about to enter a parliamentary election campaign, the country remains very deeply split, our correspondent says.


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قديم 01-01-2013, 09:26 PM   #5
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قديم 01-02-2013, 04:00 PM   #6
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