Hamas is under pressure twice over, from both the worsening domestic situation in the Strip and the militant organization potentially losing its main threat against Israel.23:32 03.05.16 | 0 comments
"What will the Israeli government do if the day after Abbas resigns the Palestinian Legislative Council ... decides to disperse and dissolve the Palestinian Authority? What will happen if after this, Prime Minister Salam Fayyad locks the government ministries and stops paying the police's salaries?" A fallacy! Nobody, ever, locks ministries... The following "alternative" is another delusion: "If Netanyahu is serious about a two-state solution, he has 32 partners at his disposal: the Kadima MKs and the four Labor rebels who will be glad to replace the rejectors of compromise in Likud and its partners to the right." Unfortunately, this is not (and never will be) part of Netanyahu's plan of action. Netanyahu will continue to go, resolutely, on his (wrong) way.