Hamas scores more treatment as a legitimate government, which is what it really wanted from the Fraud Flotilla rather than supplies, as demonstrated by its refusal to allow aid in over land routes.
“Arab League chief Amr Moussa in first visit to Gaza,” from BBC News, June 13:
The Head of the Arab League is visiting the Gaza Strip, the first senior Arab official to do so since the Islamist militant group Hamas took over in 2007.
Amr Moussa’s visit is partly intended to add to pressure on Israel to end its Gaza blockade, correspondents say.
Nine people were killed when Israeli troops boarded an aid flotilla trying to break the blockade on 31 May.
Israel and Egypt have blockaded Gaza since Hamas seized control of the Palestinian territory.
Mr Moussa’s trip is also aimed at trying to heal a rift between Hamas and Fatah, who control the West Bank.
“This blockade which we are all here to confront must be broken and the position of the Arab League is clear,” Mr Moussa said as he was met by Palestinian leaders at the Rafah crossing with Egypt. […]
Mr Haniya said Mr Moussa’s visit was “a step toward the end of the blockade”.
He met representatives of non-governmental organisations at a UN-run school damaged in an Israeli offensive 18 months ago….
Did he visit the UN-run school that was burned by jihadists for “teaching schoolgirls fitness, dancing, and immorality”?…