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Mideast 'Road Map' in Disarray The resignation of Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas and an Israeli strike against Hamas leaders throw the Israeli-Palestinian peace process into disarray. As Yasser Arafat ponders a replacement for Abbas, Hamas supporters urge new attacks on Israel. NPR's Linda Gradstein reports.