November 23, 2012

Can Hamas Learn from Anwar Sadat?

David Koschitzky, Toronto Star

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The time has come for Hamas to take a momentous decision in the interests of the people of Gaza. Indeed, Hamas need look no further than the other side of the Palestinian movement: the Fatah-governed West Bank.

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TAGGED: Palestine, Gaza, Israel, Middle East, Anwar Sadat, Egypt, Hamas

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