What could possibly be prompting Mohammed Dahlan, one of Fatah's grand poobahs, to call for a uniting of forces between his band of genocidal idiots and the genocidal idiots of Hamas? To hear him tell it, it's so they can work together to defend Islam's holy sites. He is even suggesting that the two groups sign the Egyptian reconciliation agreement that would pave the way for a unity "government" where the two rival factions would work together to annihilate Israel (something that Marack and the Secretary of Hate were advocating last year).
Let's take a moment and put this in context. Mohammed Dahlan is so hated by Hamas that last year Hamas attacked his nephew's wedding. He was so in fear for his life in traveling to Azza that he didn't even go there for his mama's funeral. What kind of son leaves his mother in the hands of rival scumbags anyway?
So why is Dahlan advocating this merger with the folks who are trying to kill him? Maybe it's because members of his party are fleeing Fatah in droves to join the better trained and better armed jihadi scumbags of Jizbullah.
That's right, Fatah members are joining the Shiite militia in Lebanon. I guess they want to be with an organization that at least will take a better shot at killing Jews. More than 2000 members defected to the Iranian backed militia, a signal that Iran's sphere of influence may rapidly spread to Judea and Samaria, in which case, the IDF and IAF will be forced to start making large swaths of territory into sheets of glass, and end the lunacy of the Falacstinian controlled areas in the heart of the Land of Israel. Fatah's Lebanon forces has shrunk to about 3000, which has made Mahmoud Abbas very angry indeed. A particular loss is that of Col. Munir Maqda, who DEBKAfile reports maintained connections with terrorist sleeper cells in Jenin and Nablus. Now he is Iran's man, as are those connections. This defection may rapidly change the face of the conflict in Judea and Samaria from one with the Falacstinians, to the opening of a fourth front of Iran proxies that would include Hamas in Azza, Syria, and Hizbullah in Lebanon, with allies in Judea and Samaria. This being the case, I hardly think that Hamas would consent to taking any action that would keep Fatah alive.
If we're lucky we'll start seeing Hamas and Fatah militias killing each other in Nablus and Jenin and elsewhere. It's always a happy day when Arabs are killing each other instead of trying to kill Jews. Meanwhile, Dahlan is still trying to keep Fatah relevant:
"Our movement is still committed to the two-state solution, but all options are on the table. If the international community fails to impose this solution on Israel, the one-state solution may become the issue on the agenda. We will not wait for the two states forever, and the one-state solution may be the next issue discussed. The third option is continuing the occupation – and we fully reject this option."
Yes, I fully reject occupation as well...the continued Arab occupation of the Land of Israel. With Hizbullah now having influence in the heartland of the Jewish people, perhaps the IDF will stop being used to enforce the stupid building freeze, and B"H start cleaning out the Arab militias that occupy our land.