March 21, 2014

Is Hamas Finally Losing Its Grip on Gaza?

Daniella Peled, The Spectator

The Associated Press

Tattered green Hamas flags still flap above the streets in central Gaza and posters of its martyrs hang in public spaces. But these are tough times for the Hamas government, and not just due to the recent flare-up in tensions with Israel.

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TAGGED: Palestine, Gaza, Israel, Hamas

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