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Hamas and the PA: Unwilling Bedfellows?



04.03.2019   |  Elhanan Miller


The Hamas-Fatah rift is at the heart of the crisis in Palestinian politics, paralyzing parliament and preventing real progress with Israel. The latter is encouraging the split for its own reasons – security-related and otherwise (Gaza Papers, part III)

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