Hamas and the PA often have harsh words for each other, but this article in the Al Qassam Brigades site seems even harsher than usual.
Scurity cooperation between the PA security forces and Israel, the site says, is a part of a black history which creates a "liquidation process aimed at ourselves and our identity and even our existence and our right to defend the dignity of the nation."
Meaning, of course, the right to murder Jews.
One "expert" interviewed said that working with Israel is "betrays the national project, flouts all the Palestinian sacrifices over years, and tramples on the suffering and the pain." He was especially upset that security coordination helped quash the "Jerusalem uprising" of stabbing random Jews.
A Hamas official called it "a stab in the back of the resistance, and frustration of the struggle of our people which dispels our great sacrifices."
Another pundit called it "a poisoned dagger that stabbed our people and its resistance." He is proud, however, of the people that managed to elude the security forces and managed to stab or run over Jews, saying that this shows that "the new Palestinian generation is still holding its identity."
If I would say that Palestinian identity is tied to murder and terrorism, I would be called a racist.
But what about when Hamas says it?