The Trump administration is planning to unveil its peace plan in the coming months, and administration officials have said that both sides will need to compromise. That doesn’t sit so well with the Islamic Movement in Israel.
Only those unacquainted with the fanaticism that permeates Egyptian society—where rumors of churches being built or just repaired often prompt mass upheavals and violent riots—will deem such a scenario as farfetched.
Hamas, an offshoot of the Muslim Brotherhood, was supposed to create an alternative religious nationalist ethos in contrast to the secular nationalism led by various Arab organizations. It failed abysmally to do so.