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HAMA

Abbreviation for human antimouse antibody.

HAMA

Human anti-mouse antibody, see there.
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The investigation further revealed that Hamas planned to build a multi-million-dollar cement factory to launder money for terrorism.
After failed reconciliation attempts, Abbas has tried to squeeze Hamas financially in recent months, hoping to force it to cede control.
While Egyptian newspapers and analysts claim Hamas' new charter tries to reach out to Egypt and Arab Gulf states that consider the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group, Palestinian political analyst Taha Al-Khateeb believes that the document expresses the real political stance of Hamas and the brotherhood and does not mean Hamas is reaching out to Egypt.
That historic instance is a reliable indicator that the possible detention of two Israeli citizens, in addition to retaining the soldier's bodies, constitutes a significant bargaining chip for Hamas in the ceasefire talks.
Hamas is looking for the expansion of mutual cooperation with Arab and Muslims states as well as those interested in the Palestinian cause across the world, including Iran," Palestine Online news website quoted Hamdan who is in charge of Hamas foreign relations as saying.
While the January decision against Hamas targeted only the armed wing, Saturday's broader ruling could have greater consequences for the already strained relations between Cairo and Hamas, which rules the Gaza Strip along Egypt's border.
In a surprise outcome for the Bush administration, which had pushed the Palestinian Authority hard to hold new elections, Hamas won a plurality (44%) of the national parliamentary vote in 2006.
That Hamas has not achieved a higher death toll is not for lack of trying.
These rockets would not have been delivered to Gaza at such cost and risk unless it was understood that Hamas would launch them against Israel.
He did not say that Hamas was now supporting Assad, but rather that Hamas was neutral about the Syrian civil war.
Iran had dramatically reduced its financial aid to Hamas after the Islamist group refused to support the Syrian regime led by Bashar Al Assad.
The arrival of three Hamas representatives in Bulgaria last week a believed to have obtained their visas in Cairo a and their forced exit on Friday after less than 48 hours on EU territory appears to have caught Bulgarian authorities and politicians off guard.