November 29, 2012

The Reality of the Hamas-Israel War

Lee Smith, Weekly Standard

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A week after the ceasefire concluding Israel’s eight day campaign against Hamas, Operation Pillar of Defense, there is some debate as to who came out on top. The way one judges the outcome seems to depend on: one, what you make of the ceasefire agreement; two, what role you think that Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi played; and, three, other less tangible factors.

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TAGGED: Egypt, Gaza, Israel, Hamas

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