Justice For Hamas, Fatah Victims Costly, Elusive
Foes Hamas and Fatah managed to set aside some of their differences to form a Palestinian unity government, but the hardest part of reconciliation may still lie ahead — settling demands of justice for hundreds killed and wounded in fighting that culminated in the 2007 Hamas takeover of the Gaza Strip. The emotional issue weighs on attempts to share power in Gaza after seven years of sole Hamas rule. A reconciliation commission is to review each case and award compensation, but possible violence by those seeking revenge instead could threaten re-integration in the Mediterranean coastal territory.
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