Khaled Mashaal in Doha, Qatar in 2013.
Kate Geraghty—The Sydney Morning Herald/Fairfax Media/Getty Images
By Michael Crowley
July 29, 2014

Khaled Mashaal lay dying in a hospital bed as poison flowed through his bloodstream, slowly shutting down his respiratory system. With a machine pumping air into his lungs, he had, at best, a few days to live. An antidote could save the Hamas leader’s life. But the only person who could provide it was the very man who had tried to kill him: Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu… Read the full story

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