but it's fair to say that during the Bush administration there was a period when this objective of inclusion of Hamas would have been plausible if they had only accepted the Quartet's three conditions: renounce the use of violence; accept the agreements reached between the PA and Israel; and accept Israel as a Jewish State alongside the Palestinian State. However, I have always endorsed the Arab League Peace Initiative of 2002 as a workable proposal and advocated flexibility in attempting to reach out through dialogue with all of Israel's adversaries instead of militarily. Now Strenger's evidence of the experts about dealings with radical groups historically supports these efforts. Let's see what develops.
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from the article: Thinking outside the box about Hamas