Haniyeh: Muslims are creating a new Middle East

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 8, 2012 21:46

 
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Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh declared Sunday that the Muslim revolutions born out of the "Arab Spring" would replace US-backed chaos in the Middle East, Hamas affiliate Al Resalah reported.

"We are among those who will create a new Middle East. We have created a glorious revolution that will bring back the nation and its glory in place of the chaos that the American administration had so desired," Haniyeh said at the government palace in Tunis.

According to the report, tens of thousands of Tunisians gathered outside the palatial government complex to see Haniyeh speak, chanting in support of "Palestinian liberation."

Haniyeh has traveled Arab and Muslim nations on a Middle East tour that began December 25, including Egypt, Sudan, Turkey and Tunisia.

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