Wednesday, May 04, 2011

Fatah, Hamas Cross Israel's Redline

After several years of bitter hostility and acrimony, the two rival Palestinian parties Fatah and Hamas eventually reached a landmark agreement on April 27 to establish a transitional government and hold free elections which can potentially transform the whole political equations of the Middle East.

The Egypt-brokered agreement which was first announced by the official Palestinian news agency WAFA and Egypt's state-run news agency MENA actually means that Israel's plots for isolating the popular movement of Hamas which has been ruling the Gaza Strip following the 2006 Palestinian legislative election will be foiled and the Palestinian nation will take a further step toward realizing its objectives and regaining its inalienable rights.'


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