Remember how we were suppose to respect results of Palestinian election
Hypocrits, but then you knew that.
The militant group Hamas is dismissing Israel's election results as another face of Israeli policy designed to eliminate the Palestinian issue.
Other Arabs are warning the Jewish state about taking unilateral action.
Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert's centrist Kadima Kadima party won 28 of the 120 seats up for grabs in yesterday's vote.
Hamas swept Palestinian legislative elections in January and formed the Palestinian government.
Hamas's political leader maintains Israel is -- in his words -- "hostile toward Palestinian rights" and insists on "wiping it out."
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says the results will have little effect on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict unless Olmert changes his policies.