September 26, 2014

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Hamas Refuses to Disarm, According to Mashaal

Filed under: Gaza,Khaled Meshal — No To Terror @ 11:44 pm

Khaled Meshaal rules Hamas from Qatar
Khaled Mashaal, Hamas’s absentee lead terrorist figurehead, refused Israel’s request to disarm, according to a new report from Qatar.

Mashaal’s statement is not surprising, given that the terror group’s Charter calls for armed jihad against Israel.


It is also in keeping with Mashaal’s longstanding refusal to lay down weapons and negotiate peace with Israel.
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June 17, 2013

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Hamas’s Mashal Said to Meet with Egypt’s President and Intel Director

Filed under: Egypt,Hamas Leaders,Iran,Khaled Meshal,Syria — No To Terror @ 6:24 pm

Khaled Meshaal is the Hamas Political Bureau Chief in DamascusHamas is facing protests in Cairo today from Egyptian opposition sources, according to a new report.

Khaled Mashal, figurehead of the radical Sunni Islam fundamentalist terrorist group, is reportedly meeting with Egypt’s director of Intelligence Mohammed Raafat Shehat, Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, and Muslim Brotherhood figures to allegedly seek allies in the Hamas versus Hezbollah conflict in Syria.


Egyptian opposition figures are said to be protesting against Hamas outside of the Cairo location where the parties are believed to be meeting.

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June 23, 2010

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Excellent Monograph on Hamas Terror

Yehudit Barsky, has an excellent monograph on the Hamas terrorist group.


Barsky is the Director of the Division on Middle East and International Terrorism at the American Jewish Committee.

You can read Barsky’s work on Hamas here:

Hamas – The Islamic Resistance Movement in Palestine – Yehudit Barsky

February 1, 2009

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Hamas’ Meshal, Iran’s Ahmadinejad Meet in Iran

Hamas terror chief Khaled Meshal and Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad met in Iran on Sunday, February 1, 2009.

Iranian ‘Supreme Leader’ Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei told Meshal in Tehran that “the Islamic resistance (Hamas) should be prepared for any possible situation, including a fresh war in Gaza,” according to Iran’s state-controlled media outlet, Fars.

Last Spring, Iran promised the Hamas terrorist group advanced missiles, other weapons, financial support, and military training.

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