Hamas, Fatah tensions rise; accuse each other of collaborating with Israel

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(Worthy News) - Tensions between Hamas and Fatah have intensified in the past few days as the two Palestinian rival parties continue to exchange allegations and insults.

Now, Hamas and Fatah are accusing each other of being “spies” for Israel.

The tensions reached their peak earlier this week, when Fatah accused Hamas of detaining 500 of its men in the Gaza Strip. The detentions, according to Fatah, were aimed at thwarting plans to celebrate the 54th anniversary of the launching of Fatah’s first attacks against Israel. Fatah was planning to mark the occasion by holding several rallies throughout the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip. [ Source: Jerusalem Post (Read More...) ]

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  1. Every enemies that unit to destroy Israel the Most High will turn their heart and their maind against each other

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