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What about Fatah?

Reader comment on item: Can Hezbollah and Hamas Be Democratic?

Submitted by Werner (United States), Mar 22, 2005 at 14:56

I wondered why you did not mentioned Fatah. Fatah was/is definetely an organisation with terrorist links. But it seems that after Arafat it transforms into a democratic organization.

To choose annihilation of Hezbollah and Hamas instead of transformation has implications I would like to know more about. In your article you seem to make a statement but do not raise the implications and results of the choices at hand.

I simply would like to hear more about that.

Thank you for posing the problem

W.
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