New Hamas chief makes 1st public appearance in native Gaza

New Hamas chief makes 1st public appearance in native Gaza

New Hamas chief makes 1st public appearance in native Gaza

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took to social media on Sunday to blast the mainstream media as "fake news" after various outlets reported that the Islamic group known as "Hamas" is accepting a Palestinian state along 1967 lines.

Haniyeh used to be active within the "Islamic bloc, the student arm of the Muslim Brotherhood, where from Hamas has emerged". It has also dropped explicit language calling for Israel's destruction, though it retains the goal of eventually "liberating" all of historic Palestine, which includes what is now Israel.

The newly-elected leader of Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh, has pledged his support for the Palestinian political prisoners now waging a historic mass strike in Israeli cells.

Laying the groundwork to take over the PLO: At present, Hamas' overriding aim is to translate the political power it has accumulated via its control of the Gaza Strip and the support it receives from Islamic states such as Iran to take over the representative Palestinian institutions that are recognized by the global community.

Hamas has run Gaza since 2007 but is considered a terrorist organisation by Israel, the United States and the European Union.

The bitter split between Fatah and Hamas has taken a new turn in recent days.

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During the first Palestinian intifada, Israeli security forces jailed Haniya for three years, then deported him to south Lebanon for several months with around 400 Hamas and Islamic Jihad leaders in 1992.

It also says Hamas's struggle is not with Jews but with "occupying Zionist aggressors". The document continues to state that the mission and goal of Hamas is the violent destruction of Israel.

Abbas has been an outspoken opponent of violence, saying it undercuts palestinian interests. Reconciliation efforts have failed.

Last week it unveiled a new policy document that dropped its pledge that accepted a Palestinian state along the borders set before Israel occupied East Jerusalem, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip in 1967. If Hamas can gain control of the PLO, it will secure the legitimacy it needs to rule all the Palestinian territories.

In February, the group chose militant commander Yehiya Sinwar, one of its most hard-line figures, as its new Gaza chief in charge of the group's core power base. In addition, the site on which the movement was founded by Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, the Shati refugee camp, is where Haniyeh was born.

Haniya rose to prominence in 2006, when he led Hamas to a shock election victory over Mahmoud Abbas, the head of the Palestinian Authority.

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For the past four years he has served as Mashaal's deputy.

However, the agreement soon collapsed when Hamas violently seized control of the Gaza Strip in June 2007.

It also aims to appease Egypt, which holds the key to the door to Gaza and could ease the blockade on the strip.

Hussam al-Dajani, a Palestinian writer and political analyst in Gaza, says of Haniya, "He is a flexible person who supports peace and unity and stability in the region".

Chania became Chairman of the Hamas political Bureau, replacing in this post, Khaled Mashaal, who led the radicals in 1996.

Israel has not yet commented on Haniyeh's appointment. Netanyahu asked. "Only if you have no standards whatsoever". Subscriptions start as low as 25¢ per day. The response, in a word, is heartening.

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