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THE STRUCTURE AND ACTIVITY OF HAMAS IN THE INTERNATIONAL SETTINGS
 
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Uniwersytet Warmińsko-Mazurski w Olsztynie
Publication date: 2014-05-15
 
SBN 2014;5(1): 443–462
 
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The article states that activity of the organization Hamas has a global dimension, because what happens at one end of the globe has a definite impact on the situation, and not only to neighboring areas, but also to those located in the other corners of the world, because contemporary man is living in a global world. Therefore, Hamas terrorists violate the rights of every human being, regardless the place of residence. The events that are happening in the Gaza Strip are not only about the state of human rights in these places, but have a real impact on how human rights are respected throughout the world. The Islamic Resistance Movement is a terrorist organization, which has ruled over Palestinian state for several years. From its rising to the present organization has evolved, particularly with regard to working methods. In recent years the political and social roles of organization Hamas has dramatically increased. It’s evident − the example is introducing by the organization more and more restrictive rules to society, especially to women. Changing social and political roles of Hamas in the region has changed the methods and ways of activity. The Islamic Resistance Movement greatly reduced the bloody bombings, kidnappings and other terrorist techniques for discussions, negotiations and dialogue. In addition, attempts to form a government of national unity and peaceful conferences aim to make the government legitimate by the international community.
 
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