January 23, 2007

Hamas shuts down arab satellite network Al Arabiya

The Hamas hyena continues to devour more of its own. The Arabic satellite network Al Arabiya ordered its reporters to stop working in Gaza Friday after the governing Palestinian Islamist party Hamas attacked the network for blasphemy. Al Arabiya had aired a recording that quoted Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh saying that Hamas "will not accept conditional aid, even if it came from God," along with a denial by a Hamas spokesman. Al Arabiya's director of operations in Israel and the Palestinian territories, Nidal Hasan, said he had ordered the 42 employees in the station's Gaza bureau to stay home after receiving death threats from anonymous gunmen. "We did our jobs as we should, getting comments on the tape from both sides," said Hasan.

Shyeah, "both sides" as long as both were anti-Israel.