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  1. Qatar profile - Timeline

    …al Thani visits Gaza, the first head of state to do so since Hamas took power there five…

    …Khalifa al Thani visits Gaza, the first head of state to do so since Hamas took power there five years previously. 2013…

    …Taliban say they are setting up a political office in Qatar to facilitate talks. 2012 October - Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al Thani visits Gaza, the first head of state to do so since Hamas took…

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  2. Egypt profile - Timeline

    …Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohammed Morsi narrowly wins presidential election. Court…

    Hamas in Gaza. Demonstrators packed Tahrir Square urging President Mubarak to quit In Depth… presidential election in…

    …won the first free presidential election in decades In pictures: Egypt election result day Thousands celebrate Morsi win in Cairo Presidential run-off race polarises Egypt Egypt …

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  3. Profile: Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP)

    …as judges and lawyers. Saadat was one of three PFLP candidates to win election to the…

    …three PFLP candidates to win election to the Palestinian parliament in January 2006, but two months later Israeli troops…

    …makeshift court with police officers acting as judges and lawyers. Saadat was one of three PFLP candidates to win election to the Palestinian parliament in January 2006, but two months later Israeli…

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  4. Gaza withdrawal: Your views

    Hamas. If Gaza becomes a peaceful productive area, it will be very good news for the…

    …withdrawal from Gaza. Though I think Sharon is right - Hamas, Jihad and others are now plotting to change their bases of…

    …After the withdrawal Hamas will control Gaza and slowly turn it into an armed camp. The recent showdown with P.A. police leaves no one in any doubt about the truth of this. Elections will confirm …

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  5. What drove Hamas to take on Israel?

    …on-off negotiations since Hamas' 2006 election victory, with numerous failed or short…

    …government had been high. Hamas and Fatah had been in tortured, on-off negotiations since Hamas' 2006 election victory…

    …national unity government had been high. Hamas and Fatah had been in tortured, on-off negotiations since Hamas' 2006 election victory, with numerous failed or short-lived attempts along the way…

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  6. Hamas in Gaza pin hopes on Mursi's election in Egypt

    election, Egypt greatly increased the number of Palestinians allowed to leave Gaza through…

    …reason for his good humour: The election of a new president. Not in Gaza but in neighbouring Egypt. When it was…

    …more to do with internal politics among Gaza's militant factions rather than being connected to Mr Mursi's election. Either way many will be watching to see how the Muslim Brotherhood reacts if Hamas

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  7. Faith, hate and charity: Transcript

    …Islamic culture and law. I asked him why Hamas had won the election. MUSTAFA SHAWER Hamas

    …teaching Islamic culture and law. I asked him why Hamas had won the election. MUSTAFA SHAWER Hamas I think the main…

    …talk to you? Mr Shawer is a Professor at Hebron University, teaching Islamic culture and law. I asked him why Hamas had won the election. MUSTAFA SHAWER Hamas I think the main reason the Islamic…

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  8. Big Hamas win in Gaza's election

    …Friday, 28 January, 2005, 20:11 GMT Big Hamas win in Gaza's election The election result…

    …Friday, 28 January, 2005, 20:11 GMT Big Hamas win in Gaza's election The election result cements Hamas's hold over Gaza

    …Friday, 28 January, 2005, 20:11 GMT Big Hamas win in Gaza's election The election result cements Hamas's hold over Gaza Palestinian militant group Hamas has won a huge victory in local polls in Gaza

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  9. Transcript - Return to Gaza

    …ISMAIL HANIYA Hamas Leader in Gaza: Here in Gaza there were some terrible incidents in…

    election result the Palestinians forced Fatah into sharing power with their Islamic rivals - Hamas. There was stalemate…

    …Israel. Eighteen months ago in a surprise election result the Palestinians forced Fatah into sharing power with their Islamic rivals - Hamas. There was stalemate. A Hamas dominated parliament but a…

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  10. SAVE YOUR KISSES FOR ME

    …fired from the Gaza strip last week are named after him, as is Hamas' military wing - the…

    …thousands of Qassam rockets that were fired from the Gaza strip last week are named after him, as is Hamas' military…

    …Everyone was furious and all sides - Likud, Fatah, and Hamas said that Abu Warda had been forced to lie. And each blamed the other for doing it. But Netanyahu then went on to win the election by a…

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  1. Why is the Muslim charity Interpal being blacklisted as a terrorist organisation?

    …work in Gaza, it is almost impossible not to deal with Hamas, the ruling political party…

    …points out and others with knowledge of humanitarian work in Gaza, it is almost impossible not to deal with Hamas, the…

    …order", thinks Mr Mustafa’s meeting with the Hamas leader is "totally appropriate". "Anyone senior visiting Gaza who is doing humanitarian work, who has staff in Gaza, who are dependent on the…

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  2. Israel's lurch to the right dims two-state peace prospects

    …increasingly shaky and talk of early elections growing, all the constituent parties are…

    elections growing, all the constituent parties are trying to shore up their base. The threat to Netanyahu comes from…

    …with Hamas, the Islamist group that runs Gaza. In the seven months since, differences have hardened. Almost no one on the Israeli or Palestinian side, or long-term observers of the peace process, sees…

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  3. Obama: Helping terror go nuclear

    election, Obama kept his response irrelevantly mild for the sake of “engaging” Iran. That…

    …protesting Iran’s fraudulent presidential election, Obama kept his response irrelevantly mild for the sake of “engaging…

    …Basij paramilitary force brutalized demonstrators protesting Iran’s fraudulent presidential election, Obama kept his response irrelevantly mild for the sake of “engaging” Iran. That surely helped…

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