Geostrategy-Direct - DOSSIER: Ahmed Jabari-2 - Dominant Iran-backed commander blamed for chaos within Hamas - March 24, 2010

March 2010
Geo-Strategy Direct;3/24/2010, p5
The article informs that the military chief Ahmed Jabari has dominated the Hamas regime, and in February 2010, he warned the leadership in Damascus of a rift. According to some sources, Jabari's authority emerges from support by Iran and Syria and superseded that of Hamas political bureau chief Khaled Masha'al. Hamas Foreign Minister Mahmoud Zahar has reported his resignation from the Hamas negotiating team.


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