Mukhaimer Abu Saada

Professor of Political Science, al Azhar University

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Professor of Political Science at al Azhar University in Gaza City

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Israel is obsessed with a young soldier kidnapped and held by Hamas in Gaza for more than three years. What is it worth to get  Gilad Shalit  back?

The High Price of Saving a Single Soldier

Israel is obsessed with a young soldier kidnapped and held by Hamas in Gaza for more than three years. What is it worth to get Gilad Shalit back?

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Israel is obsessed with a young soldier kidnapped and held by Hamas in Gaza for more than three years. What is it worth to get  Gilad Shalit  back?

The High Price of Saving a Single Soldier

Israel is obsessed with a young soldier kidnapped and held by Hamas in Gaza for more than three years. What is it worth to get Gilad Shalit back?

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Israel said today it welcomes efforts by France and Egypt to negotiate a ceasefire in Gaza.  Meantime, under heavy pressure from humanitarian organizations, Israel suspended fighting…

Israel, Gaza and the Prospects for Peace

Israel said today it welcomes efforts by France and Egypt to negotiate a ceasefire in Gaza.  Meantime, under heavy pressure from humanitarian organizations, Israel suspended fighting…

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