Omar al-Ghoul

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Omar al-Ghoul is an adviser to Salam Fayyad, the person appointed by Mahmoud Abbas to be the PA prime minister when, in Summer 2007, Abbas deposed Ismail Haniyeh, the leader of Hamas, the party which actually won the January 2006 Palestinian Authority elections. Al-Ghoul is considered a harsh critic of Hamas and has a regular newspaper column in which he frequently attacks the Islamic movement.

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