Case in point: Hamas is now feeling the squeeze with the removal of Morsi. After leaving their Damascus HQ in protest over the Syrian conflict, they are again speaking to Hezbollah and Iran with hat (or turban) in hand.
The central point of the outreach revolves around the individual groups' opposition to Israel.
Hamas is not a takferi group and are choir boys in the game of religious terrorism and beliefs compared to these groups who believe that anyone who doesn’t believe in the same things they do deserve to be killed.
Look at what happened now, just about an hour ago, two car bombs went off in Lebanon in a purely Sunni city which despises Hezbollah, and there is anger at Hezbollah now.
It obviously is not Hezbollah who did this. Again, there is nothing to gain.
First A Shiite neighbourhood gets car bombed, the people who take responsibility are Syrians and a few were captured and confessed that they rigged 10 cars in total to bomb places. Then people launch four rockets from south Lebanon and run away, the idf acknowledge it is not Hezbollah. The next day two Sunni mosques are hit and within minutes Sunni politicians are blaming Hezbollah.
There are groups trying to start something, you have to see who has the most to gain. Hezbollah has everything to lose, the free Syrian terrorist have everything to gain.