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The situation in Yarmouk (if not in all the region) is so surrealistic, that I neither can imagine nor describe without feeling I’m drunk or having a drug shot and hallucinating. It’s all look like gibberish for me.
So, Syrian government helped “Hamas” for decades, and had suffered sanctions because of that in the first place. They supported them, and gave them safe haven when every other Arab nation refused. They trained them how to make underground tunnels to fight Israel as a resistance movement.
Then, the “Arab Spring” started, and the leaders of “Hamas”, who are “Muslim Brotherhood” in origin, changed loyalties, thanks to the temptation of the money of Qatar; the allurement of the Great Neo-Ottoman Erdogan; and the glamour of ruling the whole Middle East starting with Egypt and Tunesia (by their fellows MB).
They thought that they became a Super Power that doesn’t need the Iranian aid anymore, nor the Syrian haven, nor Hezbollah’s training. It would be way better if they just left Syria when it needed friends to stay with it in such crisis time, or if they just became neutralized and didn’t join neither the government nor the rebels.
… … … Everyone though know that no other one but the notorious Khaled Mish’al, one of the main heads of Hamas, who lived in Syria for more than a decade, and who is living today in Qatar, was the one who created the ABM!… … …
Syrian president didn’t want to be involved in a war against any Palestinian movement, because he didn’t want history to say that he did for once killed a Palestinian refugee. They were defending Damascus city when it’s necessary, and they preferred other loyal Palestinian movements to do the work (a minor scale proxy war? So be it).