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Last updated on August 10th, 2017 at 12:45 pm
Michael Gawenda in the Sydney Morning Herald:
Why is that for all the hundreds of journalists covering the conflict, there was no great attempt to expose the massive corruption of Fatah under Yasser Arafat which most journalists knew about and which led to the squandering of billions of aid dollars that could have been spent, should have been spent, to give the Palestinians an economic future?
Good question. Meanwhile, Hamas attempts to cope with violence that has left four dead:
Said Siam, the newly appointed Hamas interior minister, appealed for calm and warned that his government would clamp down heavily on armed groups who used their weapons against each other rather than in the struggle against Israel.
“We will ensure that nobody is above the law and demand an end to the instability and armed chaos,’’ Mr Siam said.
That’s Hamas talking. It is to laugh.
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