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This study explores the perceptions of Britain's main political parties towards the Palestinian Islamist faction Hamas throughout the period between 2003 and 2016. It explores also the extent of variation between the major political parties in the UK towards Hamas. The author argues that the lack of a value-based outlook on the part of the British ruling establishment as well as a lack of respect for the tenets of international law-which enshrines the right to resist occupationhave driven thatdoi:10.12816/0045404 fatcat:wmqsc5jcdzaibgnnte725m7bh4