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The paper is on Hamas as a political actor, social institution, terrorist organization. The paper is for a Master’s class: International Organizations. Here is what I wrote up so far.
The Global War on Terror has created a series of truths that show how organizations threaten the fabric of governments and their people. These truths have revealed the crucial role played by charities, foundations and individual donors who shuffle money into social programs to social service organizations. These organizations being funded, in turn give cover to terrorist groups and give them funding for logistical support, recruitment and training. While military intelligence investigators have found this truth data, the international community has found one organization on the fringe, due to its “military”, “social” and “political” wings. Analysts have stated that these wings are what allow Hamas to meet with nations around the world to argue their political viewpoints and give it legitimacy in furthering the Palestinian cause. However, some states, such as the United States has deemed Hamas a terrorist organization due to its “military” wing conducting suicide bombings and attacks on civilians. How integrated is the affiliation between social service and terrorist group when it comes to this unique actor in the international community? Is Hamas a vehicle for Israeli-Palestinian peace? Or is it actually doing the opposite, abetting terrorism and thwarting initiatives for peace in another social service organization “cover-up”? Finally, how has the democratic election of Hamas into a majority of the seats in the Palestinian Parliament affected these wings and some of the radical ideologies?
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“The Palestinian cause was for decades led by the Palestine Liberation Organization, which Israel regarded as a terrorist outfit and sought to crush until the 1990s, when the PLO dropped its vow to destroy the Jewish state. The PLO’s Palestinian rival, Hamas, led by Islamist militants, refused to recognize Israel and vowed to continue “resistance.” (Higgens, 2009). In 2006, Hamas was democratically elected to replace Fatah as the majority party in the parliament in Gaza. Experts have linked fund from Iran to Hamas