December 2010
Middle East Reporter (Weekly Edition);12/4/2010, Vol. 137 Issue 1231, p21
The article offers views from several newspapers on Hamas government head Ismail Hanieh's statements that on establishing a Palestinian state on lands occupied by Israel and on the political scene on the parliamentary elections in Egypt. It states that Hanieh's statements came at time that peace negotiations have stopped and the process has collapsed completely. It notes that public participation in the Egyptian elections has convinced that their votes have importance.


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