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"Hamas, Fatah Coordinate
May 15 Assault on Israel"
Interesting! Looks like May 15th could be a
possible 7 day warning to the Rapture?
Hamas, Fatah Coordinate May 15 Assault on Israel
by Gil Ronen
Hamas and Fatah, the twin terror groups that represent the "Palestinian
people" in Land of Israel west of the River Jordan, are cooperating on
a project for intimidating and embarrassing Israel on May 15. The date
is the 63rd Gregorian calendar anniversary of the declaration of the
State of Israel in 1948.
Dr. Zakaria al-Agha, member of the PLO Executive Committee, said Monday
that a joint Fatah-Hamas committee for marking "the 63rd Nakba Day" had
been formed, and that negotiations were under way with "all of the
nationalist and Islamic forces" in order to carry out a joint, central
action on the day. The plans reportedly include mass marches toward
Israel from all of the countries surrounding it, by Arabs and foreign
"Nakba," or "disaster," is what the Palestinian Authority Arabs call
the establishment of the Jewish state, which occurred despite a
concerted Arab attempt to kill the Jews in Israel.
An internet campaign dubs the events "the Third Intifadah" (or
Egypt is worried by the plans, according to a report on PA news agency
Ma'an. It has raised the level of alert of its army and beefed up its
forces in northern Sinai and the borders with Gaza and Israel, in
preparation for May 15.
Nationalist Egyptians organizing through Facebook are reportedly
preparing to leave El Arish May 14 and head toward Israel by land and
on the sea. Egypt is preparing to close off all entrances to northern
and southern Sinai in advance of this.
The post-World War One British Mandate for Palestine encompassed all of
present-day Israel and Jordan. Despite the Balfour Declaration giving
it to a Jewish homeland, seventy-five percent of the territory was
given to the Arabs in 1923, creating a new country, Jordan. The
remaining 25% - present-day Israel - has been contested bitterly by the
Arabs ever since.
Hamas and Fatah are poised to sign a treaty of cooperation Wednesday in