October 28, 2006

While the Hizbollah and Hamas have been shoveling dirt, rock, and sand to build, improve, stock, and fortify their underground tunnel city complexes, Iran has been their “sugar daddy” financier, shoveling many millions of their oil revenues into them in the form of military experts, operatives, technical advisors, and numerous types of ground and air projectiles, including anti-tank and anti-aircraft missiles.

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Iran seems determined to build two fortresses on Israel’s borders, one in the south and one in the north, capable of resisting or launching an attack.

Hamas and Fatah are fighting for control of the Palestinian government and Iran has been smuggling millions of oil dollars into Hamas to pay the Palestinian police, thereby gaining their favor, which would lead to Hamas, an Iranian-Syrian backed terrorist group, being able to defeat Fatah.

Begin Jerusalem Post Article

PA: Hamas Smuggled Millions into Gaza to Pay Police

Khaled Abu Toameh

(Jerusalem Post)

October 26, 2006

PA Interior Minister Said Siam of Hamas, who returned to Gaza via the Rafah border crossing on Tuesday, brought with him suitcases full of cash, estimated to contain from $3 million to $10 million.

The cash will be used to pay salaries to thousands of Palestinian policemen, senior PA officials revealed on Wednesday.

Siam raised the funds during visits to Egypt, Iran, and Syria.

Begin Palestine Network Article

Hamas “Executive Forces” Recruiters Active in Bethlehem in West Bank

Najib Farag

(Palestine News Network)

October 26, 2006

According to Palestinian security sources, Hamas activists have begun recruiting young Palestinians in the Bethlehem area for service in the “Executive Forces.” The recruiters have been able to attract numerous young people, many of whom are former Fatah activists who

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have become disgruntled with the movement.

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Begin Haaretz Article

IDF Likely to be Swept Up in West Bank Struggle

Amos Harel and Avi Issacharoff


October 26, 2006

The conflict between Israel and Hamas is likely to escalate soon in light of the Israel Defense Forces’ decision to try to thwart the establishment of a Hamas security service in the West Bank.

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In Gaza, Hamas’ “Executive Forces” have become one of the organization’s main power bases in its struggle against Fatah. Members of this force are well-equipped and very disciplined, and they have won almost all their street battles with Fatah gunmen. To arm its people, Hamas is making massive weapons purchases. In addition, it is trying to persuade Fatah security service members to desert to Hamas. Thus far, Hamas has apparently succeeded in organizing a few hundred armed men in several West Bank cities, the most prominent of which is Hebron.

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Begin DEBKAfile Exclusive Article

DEBKAfile Exclusive: A heavy influx of foreign-based Palestinian, Syrian, Iranian, Lebanese and Hizballah fighters swells Hamas strength for internecine showdown

October 25, 2006, 10:58 AM (GMT+02:00)

Senior IDF officers told DEBKAfile that the foreign fighters are slipping into Gaza through large gaps in the Gazan-Egyptian border. Among the arrivals are scores of bomb experts and commando combat instructors. They are coming to augment and upgrade Hamas’ “Rapid Deployment” unit and the Popular Resistance Committees terrorist coalition.

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Mingled among them are al Qaeda operatives from Sinai.

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The influx aims to:

1. Assure Hamas of a quick victory over Mahmoud Abbas and his Fatah-dominated Palestinian Authority security services. The final Hamas-Fatah confrontation is planned to go ahead in both territories straight after the Eid festival Wednesday, Oct.25 and is expected to expand into a full-blown civil war.

2. Position Hizballah-style ambush squads armed with missiles for waylaying Israeli ground units, in the event a large-scale ground offensive is launched to stem Palestinian attacks and the smuggling of upgraded weaponry through the Gaza Strip tunnels.

DEBKAfile’s military sources add: Because of the vacillations of the Olmert government, the IDF may have missed the boat for an offensive of this kind being surgical enough to avoid large-scale casualties.

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The rival Palestinian factions are in the midst of a feverish arms-and-recruitment race.

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In Gaza, Hamas backed by the PRC, the Popular Front and al Qaeda followers has raised an estimated 15,000 recruits.

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The Iran-backed Jihad Islami is keeping its options open to see which side comes out on top. Hamas’ first ever-enlistment campaign on the West Bank, the traditional Fatah stronghold, has yielded several hundred recruits in its

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first stage. Several thousand joiners, many of them defectors from Abbas’ Presidential Force 17 and other Fatah frameworks, are to be fielded in a new “Independent Intervention Force.” Hamas scouts are handing out grants of thousands of dollars to defectors. Their object is to deplete the military strength available to Abu Mazen and assemble a military force able to stand up to the Israeli army on the West Bank.

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To stem the rate of defections, Abbas has recalled the retired former commander of Palestinian forces on the West Bank General Hajj Ismail.

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DEBKAfile’s military sources report that at this late date, some Israeli military planners are beginning to think that it would be folly for Israel to launch a large-scale ground attack on the Gaza Strip on the eve of a Palestinian civil war, because A. the troops would be walking into a prepared Iranian-Syrian trap, and B. the troops would be caught in the same predicament as US and British forces in Iraq.

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