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FROM THE TIMES OF ISRAEL: THE AGONY OF HAMAS

The movement is facing its most serious rift ever — severely divided on its future course as well as on the identity of its post-Syria sponsors

by Ehud Yaari, posted March 2, 2012

Hamas’s no longer undisputed leader Khaled Mashaal is now in deep trouble. He’s having difficulty finding a new home after leaving Damascus, and during his travels across the Arab world, he’s meeting with growing opposition to his policies from within his own movement.

This is the most serious rift ever within Hamas’s ranks. It has already turned into a bitter public controversy between Mashaal and his few loyalist lieutenants, versus his own Deputy Head of the Political Bureau, Dr. Musa Abu-Marzuq, and the top leaders in Gaza.

To read more click here:  http://www.timesofisrael.com/the-agony-of-hamas/

 
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