April 24, 2014

Abbas Embraces the Islamists

David Horovitz, Times of Israel

The Associated Press

Wednesday’s superficial unity deal — between rival Palestinian factions that thoroughly loathe each other — was the PA leader’s latest act of willful weakness. It’s bad news for everyone bar the extremists.

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TAGGED: Israel, Ismail Haniyeh, Fatah, Hamas, Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas

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