Ten things you should know about Hamas

Farrell, Stephen
September 2014
Prospect;Sep2014, Issue 222, p15
The author discusses information related to the terrorist group Hamas. The author mentions that the group is an armed wing of the Muslim Brotherhood in Palestine and was created by Gaza-based Islamist cleric Sheikh Ahmad Yassin. He adds that the group gained prominence during the intifada (uprising) of Palestine against Israel.


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