Mowing the Lawn in Gaza

Feffer, John
July 2014
Foreign Policy in Focus;7/16/2014, p1
The article comments on the move of the Palestinians of Gaza to vote for the wrong party in 2006. Topics covered include their support for Hamas, implications of their move for Israel and the U.S. and the opposition of the Israeli government to Hamas. Also mentioned is the association of Hamas political party with terrorists.


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