Sunday, September 23, 2012

Hamas: underground prisons, bunkers in WB

From Ma'an:
Palestinian Authority security services spokesman Adnan Dmeiri said that forces on Sunday discovered an underground bunker used by Hamas members in the northern West Bank.

Dmeiri told Ma'an the long tunnel under Urif village, near Nablus, led to a room next to a small bunker containing communication equipment.

He said the room was used as a prison and that Hamas has built secret prisons throughout the northern West Bank, without giving any details.

Dmeiri said several people in charge of the underground bunker had been detained for questioning.

PA security forces have rounded up scores of Hamas supporters this week, in an arrest campaign criticized by human rights groups.

A Hamas statement on Saturday said 120 party members had been arrested or summoned to report to security services since Wednesday.
Bunkers? Secret prisons? Communications equipment?

Oh, just a silent war between Hamas and Fatah in the West Bank, some 18 months after "unity."

And Hamas gets funding from Iran to take over the West Bank.

Nothing to see here. Move along. Just close your eyes, click your heels three times and repeat this mantra until things get clear in your head and consistent with the mainstream media's portrait of the situation: