No 'victors', no 'spoils'

Nashashibi, Sharif Hikmat
January 2013
Middle East;Jan2013, Issue 439, p18
The article discusses the continuous conflict between the Hamas and Israel in the Gaza Strip in January 2013. It refers the claims of Hamas' victory against Israel as delusional because of the number of war casualties and damages. It notes that the approval of a ceasefire by the Israeli government should be conceived as a defeat since the terms and conditions of the agreement should be considered as well.


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