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The resounding victory recorded by Hamas in the recent Palestinian elections has created new dilemmas. For the western world, Hamas' recent history raises uncomfortable questions about the future of the peace process. In the longer term, however, the victory and Hamas' accession to political power will ensure a renewed debate on issues of Islamic nationalism, resistance and even the relevance of "political terrorism".
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