I never sympathized with Hamas, instead I've always supported Hezbollah which are fighting for the rights of the Palestenian people, ensuring democracy in Lebanon and are loyal to President Assad of Syria.<quoted text>We only ally with those syrians that the euros do cappy zero...Don't you love the fact that ham ass leader decided to boogie on out of Syria because he too could not stand ASSad?
probably due to things like this
The Syrian regime has resorted increasingly to air strikes and artillery to stem the advancement of fighters on the ground.
A senior Hamas leader, for the first time, has publicly rebuked longtime patron Syrian President Bashar Assad and expressed support for the "heroic" Syrian opposition.
"I salute the heroic Syrian people, who are striving for freedom, democracy and reform," Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh told thousands who attended a rally in Cairo in support of the Palestinians and Syrians.
Assad has long hosted and supported leaders of the Islamic militant movement, which rules the Gaza Strip, but the group has significantly reduced the presence of its exiled leaders in Syria since the start of the 11-month-old uprising against the Syrian regime, the Associated Press reports.
Haniyeh's speech was another sign of Hamas' drift away from longtime backers Iran and Syria, as it finds new allies in the region, the Associated Press reports.
Does your precious Hamas back the appropriate opposition