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The Fatah-Hamas Deal
Hamas supporters rally in the West Bank town of Tulkarem, Friday, after rival Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas signed a landmark reconciliation pact on Wednesday. (AP)

Hamas supporters rally in the West Bank town of Tulkarem, Friday, after rival Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas signed a landmark reconciliation pact on Wednesday. (AP)

The Palestinians — Fatah and Hamas — make peace with each other. We’ll look at what it means for the Middle East.

Guest:

David Horovitz, Editor-in-Chief of the Jerusalem Post

Sari Nusseibeh, President and professor of philosophy at Al-Quds University, the Arab University of Jerusalem. Until December 2002 he was the representative of the Palestinian National Authority in Jerusalem.

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