Hamas rules out military support for Iran in any war with Israel
The Guardian / Harriet Sherwood
06-Mar-2012 (6 comments)

Hamas is starting to recognise that, despite huge funding by the Islamic Republic, aligning itself with the Iranian regime against a possible conflict with Israel, particularly in light of the IR's continued support for the brutal repression of the Syrian regime, is not to its benefit, as covered in this Guardian article:

Senior figures say Gaza-based Islamic militants would not launch rockets into Israel at request of Tehran, a key sponsor.

Hamas will not do Iran's bidding in any war with Israel, according to senior figures within the militant Islamic group.

"If there is a war between two powers, Hamas will not be part of such a war," Salah Bardawil, a member of the organisation's political bureau in Gaza City, told the Guardian....

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Arash Kamangir

Typical palestinians

by Arash Kamangir on

The transfer of funds to Hamas must have recently stopped. That's why Hamas reacts in this way. Hamas has learned that from their old great begger of Middle East Mr. Arafat.


You couldn't make it up!

by Reality-Bites on

It's simply beyond comprehension.

The Islamic Republic constantly beats it chest for Palestinians (arming, funding and supporting them for over 30 years), while brutalizing the Iranian people, and the Palestinians don't a rat's ass about the IR.

As I said, you couldn't make it up. 


HAMAS knows IRR very well

by Azarbanoo on

IRR helped them finncially to use them.  Otherwise, Mollah do not care about anyonme except his pocket  & Hamas klnows that.


Palestinians are smart

by Simorgh5555 on

Because their leadership puts the interest of their people first and the damn fool of an IR risks a regional conflict for the sake of confronting Israel.


Why am I not surprised??!!!

by jirandoust on

Why am I not surprised??!!!

Sheila K

Palestinians don't care about Iranians!

by Sheila K on

for Iranians: stop caring for Palestinians