Hamas: Palestinian anger may result in intifada

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February 26, 2013 19:06

 
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"[Prime Minister Binyamin] Netanyahu and the IDF's fear and state of alert is a clear sign that they are aware that the continuing and escalating Palestinian anger may lead to an intifada," a top Hamas leader said on Tuesday.

Ezat Risheq, member of the Hamas "political bureau," wrote on his Facebook page that Israel is worried regarding Palestinian anger will turn into an uprising.

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