In addition to that. Some hard-liners continued the fight, but as the peace process is cemented they are being further marginalised. If the Israeli government refuses to play the long game with Hamas, like what the UK, Irish and with a lot of reticence, the Unionist/Loyalist movements did, then Israel remains a ticking time bomb, as it's not sustainable to suppress an entire civilian population. Yes, there may still be bombs (look at Omagh) but Ask the average person in NI they voted in a referendum and the majority backed it!!!
Islamist militants attack African Union base in southern Somalia (Reuters)
from the article: Israel needs to listen to Hamas, and take notice