This week many Hamas militants have proved themselves to be killers and thieves. How can they treat their Palestinian brethren with such hatred and contempt? And if they think what they're doing is right, why are they wearing black hoods over their heads and carrying guns, everywhere they go? Why won't they show their faces?
From the Jerusalem Post:
The Gaza Strip home of the late Yasser Arafat was ransacked on Saturday. Frenzied Hamas members carted away furniture, wall tiles and Arafat's personal belongings - even his cherished Nobel Peace Prize. "They stole almost everything inside the house," Fatah spokesman Ahmed Abdel Rahman told the Jerusalem Post," including Arafat's Nobel Peace Prize medal. "The Palestinian people will never forgive the Hamas gangs for looting the home of the Palestinian people's great leader Yasser Arafat."
Six men who once worked in Arafat's presidential guard later came to protect their old leader's house from further damage. "[What's left] is all worthless, but I have to do something," said Abu Mustafa, tying the house's gates shut with string. "No one could stop them. ... We don't have weapons, and we have no power."