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What now for Israel, Hamas and the people of Gaza?

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cr: AP/Mohammed Salem

Published: 10 June 2017

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Will the Saudi-Qatar clash push Hamas into a dangerous corner? – Avi Issacharoff – The Times of Israel 07.06.17
As Gaza’s economy sinks, its ruling terror group is at odds with much of the Sunni Arab world — and running out of options.

New ‘rules of the game’ for Israeli-Hamas standoff – Shlomi Eldar – Al-Monitor 06.06.17
Since Hamas’ founding 30 years ago, the movement has been forced to adapt itself to whichever sponsor is willing to pay. The expulsion from Qatar of [some] Hamas leaders and the movement’s reconciliation with Iran has potentially changed the 'rules of the game' between Israel and Hamas. Hamas is once again an Iranian proxy.

'We do not support Hamas, we support the Palestinian people,' says Qatar; Hamas praises comments as officials hold talks with Egypt, plan visit to Iran.

Looking for a new equation in Gaza – Ksenia Svetlova – The Jerusalem Post 07.06.17
Israel and the world should think outside the box.


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