July 30, 2014

If Hamas Survives, Forget About Peace

Jonathan Tobin, Commentary Magazine

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If Israel is to have quiet and have any hope of peace in the long run, Hamas has to go. While they rule Gaza, not only is a two-state solution off the table; any assurance that normal life in the territories or much of Israel can be counted on is also not possible.

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