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Hamas Debates the Future - Palestine’s Islamic Resistance Movement Attempts to Reconcile Ideological
Hamas Debates the Future - Palestine’s Islamic Resistance Movement Attempts to Reconcile Ideological
Palestine’s Islamic Resistance Movement — Hamas — won a surprising electoral victory in the January 2006 Palestinian parliamentary elections. Almost
Wednesday, November 14,2007 05:13
by Khalid Amayreh Conflicts Forum

Palestine’s Islamic Resistance Movement — Hamas — won a surprising electoral victory in the January 2006 Palestinian parliamentary elections. Almost immediately, Hamas leaders, movement activists, and Islamist academics began to debate the future course of the movement. Under what conditions would Hamas recognize Israel? What was its place as a movement in the Middle East? How should it approach the question of governance of the Palestinian territories? And finally, and most importantly, how would it balance its need to remain an Islamist party while adopting more pragmatic political programs?

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