The Middle East

Hamas: A Movement in Flux



22.06.2018   |  Eran Tzidkiyahu


Hamas is a bitter enemy of Israel, and its military wing has committed murderous terror attacks on Israelis. Yet in the last decade it has gradually become more political and institutionalized, and is even seeking international recognition

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