COULD PALESTINIAN JUSTICE MINISTER SALEEM AL-SAQQA REPLACE FATAH & HAMAS TRAITORS ABBAS & MESHAAL IN LEADERSHIP ROLE THAT UNITES PALESTINIAN PEOPLE ? (26.12.2014)
It is entirely possible that the ‘assassination’ attempt against Khaled Meshaal in 1997 was staged by Israel and Jordan to hasten the rise of the unremarkable Meshaal within the ‘political’ leadership of Hamas.
There is certainly no back-tracking from what has been the deliberate treachery of Khaled Meshaal towards Syrian people.
Palestinian Justice Minister Saleem al-Saqqa who lives on the front line in Gaza is an honest broker
Perhaps it is possible that Saleem Al-Saqqa, who as Palestinian Justice Minister has shown real leadership from the front line in Gaza, could replace not just Khaled Meshaal.
Saleem Al-Saqqa is an honest broker who has also really shown up the 'political' leadership of Fatah as the traitors to Palestinian people they are too.
traitors to palestinian people
27.12.2014 HURRIYET DAILY NEWS: DAVUTOGLU & MESHAAL GET ON THEIR SOAP-BOXES.
It is Fatah who have illegally sought (with the connivance of Khaled Meshaal) to undermine a Palestinian ‘unity’ government by not backing the basic right of Palestinian people in Gaza to have access to the ICC -while- they were being slaughtered by Israel, regardless of who they may or may not vote for.
There is no backtracking from the treachery of Fatah, which took place -while- Palestinian people were being slaughtered in Gaza.
Of course, neither Abbas nor Riad Maliki have any legal authority to undermine a legal framework that a Justice Minister must work within, and this is not the first time, they have sought to undermine a Justice Minister.
The International Criminal Court just look ridiculous trying to use 'the Rome Statute' to try to undermine the rule of law.
The outrageous idea that the entire -world- can turn a blind eye to the fact, one group of people, the Palestinian people, do not have that most basic right of access to justice in a court of law, for...political reasons, simply is not sustainable.