The latest edict by Hamas mandating that girls in government schools cover up their hair is being criticized by the PFLP:
[The PFLP statement said these are] "irresponsible actions occur that crack the Palestinian social fabric and will reflect negatively on the situation of education, and is a blatant violation of human rights that are guaranteed by law.The PFLP apparently missed Article 4 of the Palestinian Basic Law, which states:
"There is no item in the Palestinian Basic Law, allows any party whatsoever to impose its vision of Palestinian society...
Islam is the official religion in Palestine. Respect for the sanctity of all other divine religions shall be maintained.Legally, Hamas seems to have the right to impose Shari'a on Gaza (and, inshallah, on the West Bank and all of Palestine) unless it violates the precepts of another religion.
The principles of Islamic Shari’a shall be a principal source of legislation.
Sorry, PFLP. Your Marxist radicalism just doesn't fit as well with Islamic radicalism as well as you like to believe.