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Israel surrenders to Hamas

08, Aug 2014 By Rohit Ballurgi

A senior Israeli official told the FAKING NEWS, Israel is expressing its readiness to end the ongoing struggle between Israelis and Palestinians that began in the mid-20th century. Israel is announcing independence to Palestine, recognizing Palestine as an independent state.

Mahmoud Abbas the Chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization(PLO) has congratulated the people of Palestine.

A member of the Palestinian delegation at the Cairo talks, Moussa Abu Marzouk, wrote on Twitter: “State of Palestine on our Palestinian territory with its capital Jerusalem

The new symbol of peace rises in Gaza

The Palestinian delegation at the Cairo talks included negotiators from Hamas, as well as members of Islamic Jihad and the Palestinian Authority.

US President Barack Obama has welcomed Israel’s move. He said trust needs to rebuilt, which was difficult after a period of violence.

President of United Nations Ban-Ki-Moon has said, United Nations appreciates the move taken by Israel, this will establish peace in the middle east.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blamed Israel for all of the civilian casualties in conflict. More than 15,000 people, mostly civilians, have died in the conflict, between 1948-2014.

The new state of Palestine includes the whole of Israel as well as the West Bank and the Gaza strip.

Hitler is back?

Hamas newspaper Al-Risala, had reported last week, Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal has stepped down. Yusuf Raza Butler, also known as Adolf Butler, is taking in charge of Hamas. Adolf Butler also believed to be a great-grandson of Germany’s Adolf Hitler.

Hitler believed to have a secret family. Adolf Butler is a son of Palestinian woman. People often compare him with Adolf Hitler. Reports says, he has strong feelings of aversion for Jews.

After taking in charge of Hamas, he instructed his men to begin the Holocaust. During Adolf Hitler more that 6 million Jews were killed in Holocaust. It is believed Israel laid down its arms, threatened by Adolf Butler.

Nazi flags flown in Gaza and West Bank

A large Nazi flag was seen on Wednesday flying over the West Bank Palestine town of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron, only several kilometers away from a field where the bodies of three murdered Israeli teenagers were found last week.

Residents of Beit Ummar have flown Nazi flags in their town in the past as well, including above a mosque.

Across Gaza Strip and West Bank people are celebrating the victory by hoisting Nazi flags and placing banners with Swastika.