Qatar aligns with Iran on Hamas; favors ousting Palestinian Authority; Egypt failed to make a dent on Hamas arms shipments; Israeli intel IDs largest Gaza refugee camp as key Hamas arsenal

February 2009
Geo-Strategy Direct;2/11/2009, p4
The article offers world news briefs. Palestinian Authority (PA) intelligence officials claimed that Qatar partners with Syria to remove the PA officials in the West Bank. The Egyptian Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center stressed that the government failed to address the smuggling of weapons to the Gaza Strip. The refugee camp and neighboring town of Jabalya were used as weapons arsenal by the Hamas during the 22-day war in the Gaza Strip.


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