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The Hamas Master Plan and Unfolding Middle East Events


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05/23/2014 02:46 PM
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The Hamas Master Plan and Unfolding Middle East Events
A deal was sealed in Doha on Thursday, May 22, at a meeting between Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and Hamas’s politburo head Khaled Mashaal. It ended a month of intense Hamas-Tehran negotiations, which were conducted quietly in parallel with Hamas’s unity talks with the rival Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas.

Now that Assad is winning the Syrian war, Hamas has rushed to the side of Syria and made a deal to be reinstated as a member of the Iran-Syrian-Hezballah Axis, with all the advantages of an ally which it forfeited by turning its back on Bashar Assad at a low moment in the civil war.

Before clinching the deal, Iran required Meshaal to publicly endorse Iran’s policy in Syria and his support for Bashar Assad. The Hamas politburo chief accordingly stated in Doha Thursday night that he “welcomed the position of Tehran toward Syria,” adding: “We will never forget Syrian President Bashar Al- Assad’s support for the Palestinian nation.” Meshaal was fully backed by the Hamas Shura Council, Hamas supreme forum for policy and military decisions,

Hams was promised an annual allowance of $200 million per year, military assistance and advanced weapons on a par with the hardware supplied to Jihad Islami.

What about the Israeli government with its extremist members who are unwilling to give up a centimeter for peace?

There are two possibilities to change the existing anti peace Israeli coalition:

1. A new election, and

2. a change in the present coalition makeup after the war.

While #1 is possible, #2 is much more likely.

After the conflict which may be very bloody, with Israeli’s taking multiple missile and rocket attacks on large cities, the Israeli public will be motivated towards making peace. This along with intense international pressure for a peace deal, will force the Israeli political establishment to reconstitute the governing coalition.

A simple change with Naftali Bennett leaving and Labor replacing them in the coalition, would be all that is needed to create a peace making government in Israel. Even if the Extremists inside Likud were to leave and join Bennett; there would be enough coalition and Knesset seats to push through a peace deal. And what of a peace deal?

In fact a peace deal has already been made and all it will take for its approval are a few minor finishing touches to complete the deal; after the far right extremists leave the government.

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