Sharif Abdel Kouddous

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Independent journalist based in Cairo; correspondent for Democracy Now! and fellow at the Nation Institute

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Before the latest conflict in Gaza, Hamas was struggling. It had lost support from Syria and Egypt and seemed powerless to end Israel’s border blockade.

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Before the latest conflict in Gaza, Hamas was struggling. It had lost support from Syria and Egypt and seemed powerless to end Israel’s border blockade.

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