Hamas’ Costly Options for Ending the Gaza Blockade

Hamas’ Costly Options for Ending the Gaza Blockade
A Palestinian woman in the rubble of destroyed houses following Israeli strikes, Rafah refugee camp, Gaza, Palestine, Aug. 4, 2014 (AP Photo by Khalil Hamra).

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