Hey, Europe! Put Up …

Forbes, Steve
March 2006
Forbes Asia;3/13/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p11
The author denounces the diplomatic approach of European Union to the Hamas organization in relation to its electoral victory in the Palestinian territories. He cites that renouncement of terrorism, adherence to agreements made with Israel and acceptance of Israel's right to exist are the principles governing relations with the Palestinian Authority. He states the possible result if Hamas would not meet these principles. He asserts that diplomacy has not deterred the Hamas to develop nuclear weapons.


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