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    • JJ
    • 28.04.11 | 03:14 (IDT)

    I gues speace is not an option according to the new regime. Israel will just go on with its lives and do what they are doing. Not sure why Fatah would allow the hamas to come in and just say no peace deal will be discussed, but it's their bed they are maing, now they have to sleep in it.

    from the article: Senior Hamas leader: Interim Palestinian government not able to work on peace with Israel
    First published 02:23 28.04.11 | Last updated 02:23 28.04.11
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