February 6, 2011

Why Egypt Worries the Palestinian Authority

Karl Vick, Time

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What many see on the West Bank is a government that grew out of a popular liberation movement and has settled into a political hierarchy notorious for corruption and, lately, quashing dissent.

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TAGGED: Mahmoud Abbas, Palestinian Authority, West Bank, Palestine, Israel, Egypt

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