Palestinians Fleeing Hamastan Continue to Mass at Israeli Border

Hundreds of Palestinians continue to mass at the Erez border crossing between Hamastan and Israel.

Palestinian men wait to cross as they try to flee to the Israeli side of the Erez Crossing, in the northern Gaza Strip,Tuesday, June 19, 2007. Hundreds of terrified Gazans fleeing Hamas rule were trapped at a main crossing with Israel on Tuesday, hoping to gain permission to pass through Israeli territory to sanctuary in the West Bank. Fearing death or persecution, Gazans began flocking to the Erez passage after Hamas militants wrested control of the coastal strip from Fatah security forces late last week. (AP)

Hamas terrorists opened fire at Israeli soldiers at the crossing earlier on Monday resulting in the death of a Palestinian caught in the cross fire.

Palestinian men wait to cross as they try to flee to the Israeli side of the Erez Crossing, in the northern Gaza Strip,Tuesday, June 19, 2007. (AP)


Palestinians wait at the Erez Crossing while trying to flee from Gaza June 19, 2007. Israel evacuated on Tuesday Palestinians wounded in Gaza fighting and in a shooting at a border crossing. (Reuters)

Previously:
Palestinian Clashes Continue- Brutalities Reported- 18 Dead
Fatah Surrenders to Hamas in Gaza
Hamas Takes Gaza- Executes Fatah Members In the Streets
Scenes From Hamasistan- Abbas Surrenders Gaza!
Fatah Storms Hamas-led Palestinian Parliament
Hamas Says BBC Reporter Alan Johnston Will Be Released
Gone! Hamas Looters Steal Arafat’s Nobel Peace Prize!
Media Finds Explanation for Sudden Palestinian Attraction to Israel
Just Get Here… Dedicated to Those Fleeing Hamastan to Israel

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