July 25, 2014

Hamas Still Has Some Friends Left

Mirren Gidda, Time

The Associated Press

Both Qatar — one of the world’s richest states — and Turkey are powerful allies to have, but Hamas might wish for more support given the breadth of the Arab World. It once had it, too.

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TAGGED: Hamas, Gaza, Hezbollah, Iran, Syria, Qatar, Turkey

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