A Place for Mr. Meshaal

Dehghanpisheh, Babak; Chen, Joanna; Barry, John
October 2010
Newsweek;10/25/2010, Vol. 156 Issue 17, p38
The article discusses the ambitions of Khaled Meshaal, leader of the Hamas organization, to participate in peace talks between Israel and Palestinian President Benjamin Mahmoud Abbas. As a first step Meshaal is trying to resolve disputes Hamas has with rival organization Fatah. However, neither Israel nor the U.S. is anxious to see Meshaal join the peace process.


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