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 n.— «When satirizing the current Palestinian split some have referred to it as “Gazastan” after Hamas tightened its grip over Gaza, following its bloody and ferocious battles with Fatah.» —“From Gaza to Gazastan” by Diana Mukkaled Asharq Alawsat (London, United Kingdom) July 2, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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