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    • Akram Zekaria
    • 10.07.06 | 15:50 (IDT)

    The truth in Rubinstein's editorial is in what he doesn't what us to believe. 'Hamas is here to stay'. A bold statement, makes one wonder what frame of mind he was writing such pradiction! Historicaly no Arab regime had such a record. What makes Hamas an exception? Rubinstein did not tell us. The only symbolic answer he gave, nagate his argument: 'The recent development have left on two players in the Israeli-Palestinian arena Israel and Hamas'. Rubinstein. A statement that dosen't sound real;though if it is true it gives a great deal of hope that the Israeli-Palestinian conflect nearing its end. Let me explain: Hamas internationally accepted;it is a terrorist organization; outcasted by most countries. So,how 'it is here to saty'? If Hamas is doomed by its terrorist contents One partner Israel will be left without a Partner That sounds familiar ? Only possible pradiction: The Palestinians not a viable nation. That is the Problem. Akram Zekaria

    from the article: Hamas is here to stay
    First published 00:00 10.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 10.07.06
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