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A look back at almost 20 years of conflict between Israel and Hamas

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The current conflict between Israel and Hamas dates back to 2005, when Israel withdrew from the Gaza Strip. After winning the 2006 elections, Hamas took control of the enclave a year later following months of fighting between rival Hamas and Fatah forces. Since then, Israel and Hamas have clashed on numerous occasions, with civilians paying a high price each time. FRANCE 24 takes a look back at almost two decades of confrontation.

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