Hamas Elected: What next if aid is not forthcoming?

Taft, Barbara
April 2006
Peace & Freedom;4/1/2006, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p19
In this article the author discusses the possible outcomes of the elections in Palestine where the Hamas had won the majority power. The author is critical on the possibility that Hamas can be convinced to relieve its position if the Israeli government will show flexibility on its decisions. The author analyzes the position of the U.S. government for its humanitarian works and peace talks with the Palestine. Also investigated are the socio-political actions of Hamas towards peace negotiations.


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