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The rollout of the war-ending cease-fire agreement between Israel and Palestine last month was impressive.Strengthening Palestine's position further is the United Nations General Assembly's recognition of Palestine as a nonmember observer state, which Palestinian diplomats can use to exert political pressure on Israel to take their national aspirations seriously.The unified Palestinian delegation was convenient for Egypt and Israel, both of which consider Hamas a terrorist organization, and for Palestine, because it helped to bring an end to the violence.A clear, realistic strategy will be integral to Palestine's efforts to win support from regional and international actors eager to end the decades-old conflict with Israel.For Palestine's unity government, the time to begin the rebuilding process is now. If Fatah and Hamas are willing to do what it takes to achieve peace, this may well be their best chance.
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