The Fatah-Hamas leaders of the Palestinians

Fatah and Hamas at crossroads: reconcile or separate?

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Date(s) - Wednesday, December 19, 2012
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Dan Panorama Hotel
Charles Clore Park
Tel Aviv



Panel discussion about a possible reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah: what would be the consequences of reconciliation?

Dr. Sufian Abu Zaida
Former Minister of Prisoner Affairs, Gaza resident

Ret. General Shlomo Brom
Institute for National Security Studies

Dr. Gershon Baskin
Initiator secret talks between Hamas and Israel

The latest war between Israel and the Hamas, and the support and recognition of the majority of the countries in Palestine as a non-member observer state in the UN, created a political space, in which every player can re-situate itself politically from a stronger position vis a vis the other players. Within this space of new opportunities, at the center of the stage, stand the issue of reconciliation between the Fatah and the Hamas. How would reconciliation affect the Israelis and the Palestinians? What are the points of strength and the points of weakness of the different scenarios for both peoples?

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