Hamas and Fatah: Why the two groups are failing By Jonathan Cook

12 May 2018 — Jonathan Cook

Palestinian factions need to reinvent themselves and find more successful strategies to give the public hope, analysts say

Al Jazeera – 12 May 2018

The Palestinian national movement, which has led the decades-long struggle against Israel’s takeover of the Palestinians’ homeland, has reached the lowest ebb in its history, according to analysts.

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The End of Israel? By Gilad Atzmon

21 July 2014 — Gilad Atzmon

In his speech to the nation Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu acknowledged yesterday that the war on Gaza is a battle for the existence of the Jewish State. Netanyahu is correct. And Israel cannot win this battle; it cannot even define what a victory might entail. Surely the battle is not about the tunnels or the militants’ underground operation, the tunnels are just weapons of resistance rather than the resistance itself. The Hamas and Gaza militants lured Israel into a battle zone in which it could never succeed and Hamas set the conditions, chose the ground and has written the terms required to conclude this cycle of violence. 

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Gaza: Hamas Rejects Tony Blair’s “Cease-fire” Scam

15 July 2014 — Moon of Alabama

The war Netanyahoo launched on the people of Gaza has so far killed over 192, 80% of them civilians, wounded 1,400 people, completely destroyed 990 houses, damaged another 1,700 houses, and created billions of damage to the infrastructure in Gaza, including the already fragile water distribution system. For what?

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Were the Three Settler Kidnappings an Israeli “False Flag” Operation? By Karin Brothers

4 July 2014 — Global Research

Evidence that came to light after Israel removed its gag order on information regarding the June 12 kidnapping and murder of three Jewish Israeli students suggests that it could have been an Israeli government operation that was intentionally used to punish Hamas and break up the new Palestinian unity government.

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