McGirk, Tim; Hamad, Jamil; Klein, Aaron J.
March 2006
Time International (South Pacific Edition);3/20/2006, Issue 11, p24
The article describes how the Islamic militant group Harakat al-Muqawamah al-Islamiyah (Hamas) not only will have to deal with Israel but it also faces threat from Fatah in establishing its control of the Palestinian government. A clash between the Hamas and the Fatah is inevitable. Further, elections on March 28 in Israel, do not augur well for the Hamas. The Kadima party of acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is planning to draw permanent borders between Israel and the Palestinian territories.


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