Lucy Schouten might very well be correct when she argues that Hamas turned down an Egyptian brokered ceasefire with Israel because it believes it can get a better bargain elsewhere.
But if we are going to use a shopping analogy it should be clear any deal Hamas enters into is no bargain. Because when it comes to Hamas life is cheap.
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