The Seething Anger in Gaza

Prothero, Mitchell
July 2007
U.S. News & World Report;7/2/2007, Vol. 143 Issue 1, p30
The article describes political allegiances in Gaza among either Hamas, led by Ismail Haniyeh or Fatah, led by Mahmoud Abbas. The police forces are reportedly comprised of unarmed Hamas men dressed in brightly colored clothes. Hamas gunmen and Palestinian Authority security chief Mohammed Dahlan reportedly have poor relations. Social conditions at the Erez border crossing are described.


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