... and see what happens, Mark. Actions speak louder than words, and the leaders might figure their extremist fringe (the extreme of the extreme) are less likely to go out and try and destroy the cease-fire under these circumstances than if they simply accepted it w/o any protest. Of course, your interpretation may also be correct -- let's just see what happens, instead of continuing the cycle of hatred, huh?
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GAZA CITY (AFP) - Palestinian Islamist militant movement Hamas said that it was not bound by the ceasefire announced by Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas at a Middle East peace summit in Egypt.
Abbas's declaration "expresses only the position of the Palestinian Authority (news - web sites). It does not express the position of the Palestinian movements," said Hamas spokesman Mushir al-Masri.
In Beirut, Hamas spokesman
i hope the new leader of the palistines does what it takes to hold these killers back