Analysis || Rami Hamdallah is a good man on a suicide mission
The new Palestinian prime minister, who is receiving a Palestinian Authority in the midst of a severe economic crisis, will quickly discover that he is more or less alone in his mission.
No one envies Rami Hamdallah. The 54-year-old linguistics professor and president of An-Najah National University was appointed on Sunday as the new Palestinian prime minister, and in doing so assumed overnight the most ungrateful job in the West Bank. His chances of success...
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