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    Hamas hints Jordan involved in Damascus assassination

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    Hamas hints Jordan involved in Damascus assassination
    By KHALED ABU TOAMEH

    Hamas hinted on Monday that Jordan was involved in the assassination of one of its leaders in Syria and warned that its members would not remain idle.

    A car bomb killed Izz al-Din al-Sheikh Khalil, 42, and wounded three on Sunday in Damascus's al-Zahra district.

    Hamas, which has accused Israel of standing behind the assassination, said it was clear that an Arab country had played a role.

    Osama Hamdan, the Hamas representative in Lebanon, said an Arab country might have helped Israel carry out the assassination. He did not mention the Arab country by name, but several Hamas officials in Beirut and the Gaza Strip said it was clear that he was referring to Jordan.

    "This would be treason for an Arab security apparatus to be involved in this," Hamdan told the London-based pan-Arab daily Al-Hayat newspaper.

    Last week the paper claimed that an Arab country had handed to the Mossad a file with details about the leaders of Hamas abroad, including their movements.

    "Now, because of what happened yesterday or through other information, there are indications that this may be the case," Hamdan said.

    Hamdan's comments were echoed on Monday by Syria's official Al Baath newspaper.

    Al Baath editor-in-chief Mahdi Dakhal Allah said Khalil's slaying was "the result of the cooperation of Israel and some Arab security services." He said he had "no evidence" to back up his accusations, but "it seems logical to think that."

    Khalid Amayreh, a West Bank correspondent for the Al Jazeeranet Web site, said although no official source has named the suspected country, all fingers are pointing at Jordan.

    "The feeling here on the street is that Jordan is the number one suspect," he said. "The secret services of Israel and Jordan have traditionally had a close working relationship, especially since the two countries signed a peace agreement in 1995.

    "Many also believe that both countries see the Islamic movement in the region as their main enemy. The Islamic opposition in Jordan is seen by the ruling monarchy as the main obstacle to normalizing relations with Israel."

    Sources close to Hamas in the Gaza Strip said most of the movement's leaders are convinced that Jordan assisted Israel in the assassination.

    "This is the work of the Jordanian mukhabart [intelligence]," a Hamas official told Palestinian reporters. "We have been warned in the past that Jordan was stepping up its security coordination with Israel not only against Hamas, but also against other Palestinian groups. Hamas will find a way to punish the traitors."

    Another Hamas official claimed that initial investigations have indicated that the Mossad agents who allegedly carried out the assassination entered Syria from Iraq.

    "The Mossad is very active these days in Iraq and has many agents working there," he said. "They had no difficulty smuggling the explosives from Iraq."

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    I feel like throwing up. If its true, Jordan needs to pay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by physio_sport
    http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satell...p=1006688055060

    Hamas hints Jordan involved in Damascus assassination
    By KHALED ABU TOAMEH

    Hamas hinted on Monday that Jordan was involved in the assassination of one of its leaders in Syria and warned that its members would not remain idle.

    A car bomb killed Izz al-Din al-Sheikh Khalil, 42, and wounded three on Sunday in Damascus's al-Zahra district.

    Hamas, which has accused Israel of standing behind the assassination, said it was clear that an Arab country had played a role.

    Osama Hamdan, the Hamas representative in Lebanon, said an Arab country might have helped Israel carry out the assassination. He did not mention the Arab country by name, but several Hamas officials in Beirut and the Gaza Strip said it was clear that he was referring to Jordan.

    "This would be treason for an Arab security apparatus to be involved in this," Hamdan told the London-based pan-Arab daily Al-Hayat newspaper.

    Last week the paper claimed that an Arab country had handed to the Mossad a file with details about the leaders of Hamas abroad, including their movements.

    "Now, because of what happened yesterday or through other information, there are indications that this may be the case," Hamdan said.

    Hamdan's comments were echoed on Monday by Syria's official Al Baath newspaper.

    Al Baath editor-in-chief Mahdi Dakhal Allah said Khalil's slaying was "the result of the cooperation of Israel and some Arab security services." He said he had "no evidence" to back up his accusations, but "it seems logical to think that."

    Khalid Amayreh, a West Bank correspondent for the Al Jazeeranet Web site, said although no official source has named the suspected country, all fingers are pointing at Jordan.

    "The feeling here on the street is that Jordan is the number one suspect," he said. "The secret services of Israel and Jordan have traditionally had a close working relationship, especially since the two countries signed a peace agreement in 1995.

    "Many also believe that both countries see the Islamic movement in the region as their main enemy. The Islamic opposition in Jordan is seen by the ruling monarchy as the main obstacle to normalizing relations with Israel."

    Sources close to Hamas in the Gaza Strip said most of the movement's leaders are convinced that Jordan assisted Israel in the assassination.

    "This is the work of the Jordanian mukhabart [intelligence]," a Hamas official told Palestinian reporters. "We have been warned in the past that Jordan was stepping up its security coordination with Israel not only against Hamas, but also against other Palestinian groups. Hamas will find a way to punish the traitors."

    Another Hamas official claimed that initial investigations have indicated that the Mossad agents who allegedly carried out the assassination entered Syria from Iraq.

    "The Mossad is very active these days in Iraq and has many agents working there," he said. "They had no difficulty smuggling the explosives from Iraq."

    I find it very funny that they say there is "no evidence" to back up their accusations but "it seems logical to think that." What a joke.... If its true wheres the proof...? One cant and shouldnt assume anything that happens in the middle east....There is so much infighting these days anyone/country could be responsible.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by physio_sport
    http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satell...p=1006688055060

    Hamas hints Jordan involved in Damascus assassination
    By KHALED ABU TOAMEH

    Hamas hinted on Monday that Jordan was involved in the assassination of one of its leaders in Syria and warned that its members would not remain idle.

    A car bomb killed Izz al-Din al-Sheikh Khalil, 42, and wounded three on Sunday in Damascus's al-Zahra district.

    Hamas, which has accused Israel of standing behind the assassination, said it was clear that an Arab country had played a role.

    Osama Hamdan, the Hamas representative in Lebanon, said an Arab country might have helped Israel carry out the assassination. He did not mention the Arab country by name, but several Hamas officials in Beirut and the Gaza Strip said it was clear that he was referring to Jordan.

    "This would be treason for an Arab security apparatus to be involved in this," Hamdan told the London-based pan-Arab daily Al-Hayat newspaper.

    Last week the paper claimed that an Arab country had handed to the Mossad a file with details about the leaders of Hamas abroad, including their movements.

    "Now, because of what happened yesterday or through other information, there are indications that this may be the case," Hamdan said.

    Hamdan's comments were echoed on Monday by Syria's official Al Baath newspaper.

    Al Baath editor-in-chief Mahdi Dakhal Allah said Khalil's slaying was "the result of the cooperation of Israel and some Arab security services." He said he had "no evidence" to back up his accusations, but "it seems logical to think that."

    Khalid Amayreh, a West Bank correspondent for the Al Jazeeranet Web site, said although no official source has named the suspected country, all fingers are pointing at Jordan.

    "The feeling here on the street is that Jordan is the number one suspect," he said. "The secret services of Israel and Jordan have traditionally had a close working relationship, especially since the two countries signed a peace agreement in 1995.

    "Many also believe that both countries see the Islamic movement in the region as their main enemy. The Islamic opposition in Jordan is seen by the ruling monarchy as the main obstacle to normalizing relations with Israel."

    Sources close to Hamas in the Gaza Strip said most of the movement's leaders are convinced that Jordan assisted Israel in the assassination.

    "This is the work of the Jordanian mukhabart [intelligence]," a Hamas official told Palestinian reporters. "We have been warned in the past that Jordan was stepping up its security coordination with Israel not only against Hamas, but also against other Palestinian groups. Hamas will find a way to punish the traitors."

    Another Hamas official claimed that initial investigations have indicated that the Mossad agents who allegedly carried out the assassination entered Syria from Iraq.

    "The Mossad is very active these days in Iraq and has many agents working there," he said. "They had no difficulty smuggling the explosives from Iraq."
    Actually I read an article in which Hamas blamed Syria of being involved.

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    Why belive anything hamas says? Bunch of murderers and liers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAUSASIAN
    I feel like throwing up. If its true, Jordan needs to pay.
    its most likely true in my opionion.
    the people of jordan,turkey and egypt are easily capable of this back stabbing against the ummah.

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