Hamas site hints at nuking Israel

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February 22, 2006 06:07

 
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Animated graphics that appear on Hamas's Web site hint at the destruction of Israel in a nuclear holocaust, said Palestinian Media Watch on Tuesday. PMW said that the Web site shows a red Star of David encased in a black rectangle, which is then obliterated in a nuclear explosion. Arabic words then appear saying "The Az A-Din Al Kassam Web site exclusively tells the whole story of the most elusive squad [to be uncovered] in the history of the Entity [Israel], in the city of Ramallah." The sequence repeats every few seconds. In an undated interview on the Web site, posted after the recent Palestinian legislative elections, Hamas's military wing vows to continue its resistance. "As long as there is occupation, there will be resistance," the statement says.

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