Disillusioned Arabs Looks at Gaza: 'Disgusted' With Hamas, Blame Iran

Ghitis, Frida
June 2007
World Politics Review;6/25/2007, p1
The article reports on the views of Arabs regarding the Hamas and Fatah conflict in Gaza. It is asserted that many Arab observers noted with sadness how Palestinian gunmen tarnished what they view as an eminently just cause. Rami Khouri of Lebanon's "Daily Star" blamed not only the protagonists in the Gaza tragedy, but also key supporting players, such as Israel, the U.S. and Europe, for isolating Hamas.


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