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Surprise Palestinian unity deal challenges Israel
By Jeffrey Heller Jeffrey Heller – Thu Apr 28, 12:54 pm ET
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israel said on Thursday a Palestinian unity deal would sabotage prospects for peace and stemmed from panic by Hamas and Western-backed President Mahmoud Abbas over popular uprisings in Syria and Egypt.

The surprise reconciliation between the Islamist group that runs Gaza and Abbas's Fatah movement that exercises limited self-rule in the West Bank presented a new challenge for Israel as it mounts a diplomatic drive against a Palestinian campaign to win U.N. recognition of statehood ambitions in September.

"The agreement between Fatah and the terror organization Hamas is a fatal mistake that will prevent the establishment of a Palestinian state and will sabotage chances of peace and stability in the region," Israeli President Shimon Peres said.

Peres, a respected elder statesman, said in a statement he feared Hamas would ultimately take over the West Bank after a Palestinian election envisaged by the unity deal and that the influence of Hamas ally Iran would be strengthened as a result.

Peace talks between Israel and Abbas's administration resumed in September in Washington but quickly fizzled after Prime Minister Benjamain Netanyahu refused to extend a partial building freeze in Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank.

Speaking publicly for the first time since the reconciliation pact was unveiled on Wednesday, Abbas signaled negotiations with Israel would still be possible during the term of a new interim government formed under the agreement.

He said the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), which he heads and to which Hamas does not belong, would still be responsible for "handling politics, negotiations."

But Abbas said Palestinian unity is vital.

"Dislike, agree or disagree (with Hamas) -- they're our people. You, Mr Netanyahu (are) our partner," Abbas, speaking in English, told Israeli peace activists who met him.

Israeli leaders have said they cannot talk to Hamas, which has spurned Western demands to renounce violence, recognize Israel and accept existing interim peace agreements.

"This (unity) deal ... stems from panic -- a huge panic," Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman told Army Radio, a view echoed by Defense Minister Ehud Barak in a separate interview.

"(Hamas leader) Khaled Meshaal, sitting in Damascus, sees his patron President (Bashar) al-Assad shooting up mosques, tanks firing deliberately (at civilians), and understands the ground is burning under him," the far-right minister said.

DIVIDE

In the West Bank and Gaza Strip, Palestinians said the unity accord was born of a deep-seated popular desire to overcome the Hamas-Fatah divide and reflected frustration over the slow move toward statehood.

"The signing of the agreement is very, very good and I pray to God to make it succeed because we are one people in one trench," said Salman al-Dairi, 50, who described himself as a Fatah supporter in Gaza.

Lieberman also said Abbas had "leaned for years" on Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian president toppled by a pro-democracy revolt in February, and now felt his own position was shaky.

The result, according to Lieberman, was an alliance between Palestinian factions that "crossed a red line" for Israel.

He held out the possibility of withholding Palestinian tax revenues that Israel transfers to the Palestinian Authority and a suspension by Congress of crucial financial aid to Abbas's administration if it shares power with Hamas.

Abbas has said he will not return to U.S.-sponsored peace negotiations until settlement-building is halted in the West Bank and in East Jerusalem, areas Israel captured in a 1967 war and which Palestinians want as part of a future state.

Israel has called that an unacceptable pre-condition, and has been urging Western governments to oppose Palestinian plans to ask the U.N. General Assembly in September to recognize a Palestinian state in all of the West Bank and Gaza.

Next month, Netanyahu is due to address a joint meeting of the U.S. Congress, a speech that had been widely expected to include new, interim steps toward a peace agreement.

Speaking on Wednesday after the unity deal was revealed, Netanyahu said: "The Palestinian Authority must choose either peace with Israel or peace with Hamas. There is no possibility for peace with both."

But Barak, who heads a small center-left faction in Israel's rightist coalition, questioned whether the Palestinian unity deal, which charts the formation of an interim administration and elections later this year, would be implemented.

Hamas won the last Palestinian legislative election held in 2006. A unity government it formed with Fatah did not last long, collapsing into a brief civil war in which the Islamists seized Gaza in 2007.

Hamas's founding charter calls for Israel's destruction but it has raised the possibility of a long-term ceasefire if a Palestinian state is created in the West Bank and Gaza.

(Additional reporting by Mohammed Assadi in Ramallah and Nidal al-Mughrabi in Gaza; editing by Mark Heinrich)


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Zechariah 12:3,9:
And in that day will I make Jerusalem a burdensome stone for all people; And it shall come to pass in that day, that I will seek to destroy all the nations that come against Jerusalem.

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