World Citizen: A Teetering Hamas Means Better Chance for Israeli-Palestinian Peace

World Citizen: A Teetering Hamas Means Better Chance for Israeli-Palestinian Peace

Add Hamas to the list of regimes teetering precariously in the Middle East. The Palestinian Islamist organization that rules Gaza and remains officially committed to the destruction of Israel is losing friends, running out of cash and struggling to come up with effective military tactics.

Even more crucially, it is losing popular support as its foes are preparing to take it on.

A group of Gazans opposed to Hamas rule has called for mass demonstrations on Nov. 11, the anniversary of Yasser Arafat’s death, openly aiming to remove Hamas from power.

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