July 24, 2014

Gaza on the Seine

Robert Zaretsky, Foreign Policy

The Associated Press

The conflict between Israel and Hamas hits close to home for France's Arabs and Jews. The French Republic might be the casualty.

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TAGGED: Hamas, Gaza, Israel, Europe, France

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