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Beneath the Philadelphi Route: Egypt, Hamas, and the Battle for the Gaza Tunnels

Beneath the Philadelphi Route: Egypt, Hamas, and the Battle for the Gaza Tunnels

The Egyptian crackdown on the Gaza tunnels, which began in February 2013, is a symptom of growing anti-Palestinian and anti-Hamas sentiment in Egypt. Although the country has been moving away from Nasser’s vision of pan-Arab nationalism for decades, the distinctly negative portrayal of Palestinians is a new development.

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