This underlines my point concerning the meeting with Fatah and Hamas representatives in Geneva under the auspices of Martti Ahtisaari’s Crisis Management Initiative (CMI) and Masarat.
In 2017, CMI, which has been (in part) privately funded by billionaire George Soros, partnered with Masarat, whose general director supports the economic suffocation of Israel. Both CMI and Masarat facilitated an unofficial meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, between the representatives of the Islamic terrorist organization Hamas and Fatah. It was a blue-eyed attempt to explore common ground between the two sides in order to build a unified Palestinian government.
Apparently aware of possibly violating an EU law prohibiting EU citizensfrom interacting with known terrorist groups, they dressed up it as a meeting between different Palestinian NGO’s. Hamas leaders were quietly allowed to participate. The meeting, naïve like all the rest that preceded it, ended in a dismal failure.
The civil society NGO get-together in Geneva under the auspices of Ahtisaari’s CMI was a means to provide cover for the Hamas – Fatah meeting. Now read this portion extracted from the following piece:
“Hamas operates security and military operations on Turkish soil under the cover of civil society,” said Yousef. “They have security centers from which they operate advanced listening equipment, to listen to people and (Palestinian) leaders in Ramallah.”
Hamas is allowed to operate on foreign soil, in Turkey, and in Europe under the guise of operating within the framework of “the civil society”. EU political elite/intelligence officials KNOW that this is going on.
Second ‘son of Hamas’ leaves terror group, exposing corruption, Turkish spy ring
Suheib Yousef, son of Hamas founding member and brother of ‘Green Prince’ who secretly worked for Shin Bet, opens up to Israeli TV after also fleeing organization
It isn’t every day that a Hamas member turns his back on the terror organization, flies to Southeast Asia and decides to expose the corruption and inner workings of its operations in Turkey in an interview with an Israeli TV journalist.
It’s even more incredible when he’s the son of one of Hamas’s founding members. And it’s almost unthinkable when he’s the second of that founder’s sons to escape the clutches of the Islamist group and go public with his story.
According to an interview broadcast Wednesday on Israel’s Channel 12, that’s exactly what happened.
Suheib Yousef — son of Hamas co-founder Sheikh Hassan Yousef, and brother of Mosab Yousef, who became know as the “Green Prince” for his efforts to help the Shin Bet thwart terror attacks — secretly left his post in Turkey and flew to an unnamed country in Asia.