Hudna Seems the Way Hamas May Follow for Awhile!

Hudna Seems the Way Hamas May Follow for Awhile!

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February 26, 2006

From comments made by all of the Hamas leaders since they won the democratic election in January, as I have indicated in previous Blogs, it appears likely that Hamas will declare a Hudna (truce) with Israel.

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It will give them time to organize a working Palestinian government with all the facets of providing an acceptable standard of life for Palestinians who elected them.

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The PA government under Yassar Arafat was in a state of such utter corruption by its leaders, that the people saw very little of the money it received expended in multiple services provided to better public facilities and programs.

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The Hamas has never had to be responsible for operating to provide for the many municipality needs of

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the entire Palestinian governmental structure.

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Consequently, they need a Hudna to give them time to do so, because Fatah, al-Aksa Martyrs Brigades, and Islamic Jihad are going to be a thorn in their side, while they attempt to collect funds and build a government infrastructure.

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It is possible they might get Islamic Jihad, al-Aksa Martyr’s Brigades, and Fatah to agree to a Hudna with Israel for a while, thereby giving all of the groups a breather to prepare for future combat.

According to Umdat as-Salik, hudnas with a non-Muslim enemy should be limited to 10 years: “if Muslims are weak, a truce may be made for ten years if necessary, for the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace) made a truce with the Quraysh for that long, as is related by Abu Dawud” (’Umdat as-Salik, o9.16).

A peace treaty with Israel seems to be out of the question for Hamas, Islamic Jihad, and al-Aksa Martyr’s Brigades, but a Hudna (truce) is not a peace treaty, merely a time when a temporary lull of “peace and safety” can be experienced by both sides in the conflict.

A genuine peace treaty as we understand one cannot be possible,

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as the following article by the Jerusalem Post Staff indicates.

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Begin Jerusalem Post Article

Hamas Leaders Reject Negotiations with Israel Staff, THE JERUSALEM POST

February 26, 2006

Top Hamas figures Mahmoud Zahar and Saed Siyam rejected on Sunday any possible peace negotiations with Israel.

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Speaking in Amman, Jordan before parliament members from all over the Arab world, Zahar said that Israel was an enemy, and thus not a partner for negotiations, Israel Radio reported.

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He added that Hamas did not plan to renew the failed diplomatic talks with Israel.

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End Jerusalem Post Article

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