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Isn't wikipedia suppose to be neutral?? Why is this section on Dahlan SOOOOOOOOOO pro-Hamas while at the same time so anti Fatah!!??? The moderator of this page should step in and interfere. What about all the crimes Hamas committed in Gaza, why isn't this mentioned?? Presenting the PA as villians, while presenting Hamas as the victims??
I removed the line "Dahlan ignores the fact that when the PLO and Hamas use civilian facilities for the storage of arms and ammunitions or use same for intellegence and/or planning operations, those facilities and any civillians in it are then legal, legitimate targets under the Geneva Convention" which featured after Dahlan's opinion on targeting civilians.
Well, the article does not cite enough sources and for instance claims that Dahlan was involved in 'terrorism' against Israel in the 80s without really presenting any proof for his involvement in anything other than belonging to a political organization that Israel didn't like. There are numerous other examples of this, and I can detail them if that's required. S2ao 18:02, 21 March 2007 (UTC)s2ao Superscript text