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Hamas and Fatah Say They’re Uniting… Again

Senior Hamas and Fatah officials announced Thursday that following negotiations in Cairo, Fatah and Hamas have reconciled and will be forming a unity government by January 30th.

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Senior Hamas and Fatah officials announced Thursday that following negotiations in Cairo, Fatah and Hamas have reconciled and will be forming a unity government by January 30th.

This will hardly be the first time that the two terrorist groups have said they’ve managed to reconcile ever since Hamas brutally kicked Fatah out of Gaza.

All the previous times, the merger failed to happen.

Of course, if it does happen, that means that Hamas is one step closer to taking over Judea and Samaria.

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