03/12/2007 Interview

Bottom-up Peacebuilding in the Occupied Territories

Tags: Dialogue, Fatah, Hamas, Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Occupied Territories


Alastair Crooke interviewed by Aisling Byrne, Projects Co-ordinator with Conflicts Forum, Beirut, November, 2007 Alastair Crooke, former special Mid-East adviser to European Union’s Foreign Policy

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11/11/2007 Article

Mish’al’s speech to Arab Intellectuals


Tags: Fatah, Gaza, Hamas, Israel, Israeli-Palestinian conflict, PLO


On November 5, Hamas Political Bureau Chief Khalid Mish’al gave a speech to Arab intellectuals gathered at the Palestine Culture Institute in Damascus. The following

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07/11/2007 Publication

Hamas and al-Qaida: The Prospects for Radicalization in the Palestinian Occupied Territories

/ Khalid Amayreh

Tags: Al Qaeda, Gaza, Hamas, Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Occupied Territories

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The rise of the Islamic Resistance Movement — Hamas — in the Palestinian Occupied Territories of the West Bank and Gaza provided a challenge for

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01/11/2007 Publication

Hamas Debates the Future – Attempting to Reconcile Ideological Purity and Political Realism

/ Khaled Amayreh

Tags: Hamas, Palestinians, Political Islam

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Palestine’s Islamic Resistance Movement — Hamas — won a surprising electoral victory in the January 2006 Palestinian parliamentary elections. Almost immediately, Hamas leaders, movement activists,

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01/11/2007 Publication

The Political Implications of the Hamas Electoral Victory from the Islamist Perspective

/ Azzam Tamimi

Tags: Democracy, Fatah, Hamas, Palestinians, Political Islam

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The Hamas election victory in January of 2006 sent shockwaves through the Arab world — and through Islamists with varying convictions. The debate among Islamists

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29/10/2007 Article

Engaging Hamas and Hezbollah

/ Ali Abunimah

Tags: Dialogue, Hamas, Hezbollah


The Electronic Intifada, October 29, 2007 Nothing could be easier in the present atmosphere than to accuse anyone who calls for recognition of and dialogue

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