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    • oneatatime
    • 21.10.10 | 14:51 (IST)

    I fail to see where Hamas is in a position to play hardball. They win politically with a prisoner exchange and they should know Israel will not release the 15 top terrorists.

    from the article: Hamas official: Israel held up Shalit deal by refusing to free 15 top prisoners
    First published 10:01 21.10.10 | Last updated 10:01 21.10.10
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