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Three Different Views Dealing With Palestinian Crisis
Three Different Views Dealing With Palestinian Crisis
The Fatah-Hamas clashes have recently exacerbated, opening the door for many opinions form Hamas and Muslim Brotherhood leaders to analyze the current crisis. Out of its belief that the full freedom of expression is the first step towards creativity and towards a truly democratic society, Ikhwanweb, the official web site of the Muslim Brotherhood, is offering other views anatomizing this crisis in a very transparent way, a part from official statements of the group. Three Ikhwanweb columnists have presented their various viewpoints regarding the attitude towards Hamas movement in this crisis.
Wednesday, July 4,2007 00:00
by Ikhwanweb

The Fatah-Hamas clashes have recently exacerbated, opening the door for many opinions form Hamas and Muslim Brotherhood leaders to analyze the current crisis.

Out of its belief that the full freedom of expression is the first step towards creativity and towards a truly democratic society, Ikhwanweb, the official web site of the Muslim Brotherhood, is offering other views anatomizing this crisis in a very transparent way, a part from official statements of the group.

Three Ikhwanweb columnists have presented their various viewpoints regarding the attitude towards Hamas movement in this crisis.

The three views, reflecting attitudes of their writers not the website’s, are published here, waiting for readers comments towards them.

Khaled Salam, editor-in-chief of Ikhwanweb

 



A Look At The Palestinian Scene
Abd El-Monem Mahmoud, Ikhwanweb - Cairo, Egypt

Hamas and the Crucial Choice
S. Abbadi, Ikhwanweb - Cairo, Egypt

The Palestinian Entity between Legality and Legislation
Emad Hamdi[1], Ikhwanweb - Cairo, Egypt

tags: Palestinian Crisis / Fatah / Hamas / Freedom / Democratic society
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