I do agree with Danny. One has to,be practical about forthcoming peace issue. Hamas can do a lot of damage to the peace treaty unless it meets with their requirements.If not now ,but later. Yes ,some people would say israel can prevent them from causing any problem .Physically and on ground ,may be yes ,but ideologically ,no one can stop what they faithfully believe in. Personally I see a room for getting the job done. Israel ,even any one who wants to have peaxe must be flexible . It is a compromise between Palestinians and Israelis. Let's us be honest about the whole thing. Hamas was demacratically elected ,we all know that. Reason Palestinian people got tired of Fath corruptin during the period of President Arafat. Hamas in my opinion are more toward improvements and anticorruption by keeping control on money issue.They are more religious and fear God more than Fateh in a way.Have them be a part of Palestinian Govor't, control the money , an Fateh controls Politics, or ..
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from the article: If Hamas isn't in the game