February 8, 2012

A Most Cynical Palestinian 'Union'

Amir Taheri, New York Post

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Israel should be concerned, because the Palestinian accord may serve as a device for making Hamas acceptable to the outside world.

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TAGGED: Israel, Palestinians, Hamas, Palestine, Mahmoud Abbas, Fatah

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