Ansar al-Sunna? In the Gaza? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Mark Lincoln
    • 19.03.10 | 17:54 (IST)

    "Ansar al-Sunna? In the Gaza?" - Damian Lataan No reason to assume that this mystery group is the same as the insurgent outfit in Iraq. ". . . there is only one way this so-called `Ansar al-Sunna` mob could have got hold of a Qassam rocket - and that`s from the Israelis!" - Danmien Get real. The Ansar al-Sunna claim might be false, but the Fatah claim is credible and they would have a sound reason to goad Israel at the expense of Hamas right now. Or, perhaps, Islamic Jihad is out to embarrass both while avoiding blame. "Israel is itching to find a way to get a war going that will bring on the Final Confrontation with Iran, Hamas and Hezbollah." - Damien Not all at once. One at a time. Heck, Netanyau can't even decide which to do first.

    from the article: Neither Israel nor Hamas wants another Gaza war
    First published 02:52 19.03.10 | Last updated 16:01 19.03.10
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