Fatah and Hamas say they have reached a new deal to stop their clashes with each other that killed six today in Gaza. A “new” deal was needed because the one they signed on Sunday fell apart within 24 hours. So-called realists like James Baker, with the support of people like Robert Novak, continue to argue for U.S.-brokered peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians. But they never explain why Israelis should risk the future of their country to cut a peace deal with Palestinians when the Palestinians cannot even honor a ceasefire amongst themselves.
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