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MBS Wants to Permanently Divorce Hamas – and Israel Is the Final Wedge

The Saudi crown prince believes the path to Washington's good graces starts in Jerusalem. But he and Israel are ignoring an important issue

Muhammad Shehada
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Earlier this month, a Saudi terrorism court sentenced Hamas' representative in the kingdom, Dr. Mohammed al-Khudari, to 15 years in prison. Al-Khudari, who is 82, was among 69 Palestinians and Jordanians who were sentenced up to 22 years on charges of alleged links with an unnamed “terrorist” group.

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