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    • 29.01.12 | 19:55 (IST)

    If Jordan can host Hamas political bureau (despite having a peace treaty with Israel), so can Egypt. Egypt is now ruled by Islamic parties closer to Hamas than any force in Jordan. I assume therefore that Meshal or his successor will end up in Egypt before Jordan. The US has much less influence on Egypt because Egypt is far more important geopolitically.

    from the article: Meshal: Hamas won't tolerate Israeli schemes to turn Jordan into Palestinian homeland
    First published 18:47 29.01.12 | Last updated 18:47 29.01.12
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