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Apr 28, 2011

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Dr. Mahmoud a - Zahar

Hamas makes clear:''We will not recognize Israel and conduct negotiations with''

By Nir Yahav, wrote on Arab affairs, Walla! News
Thursday, 28 April 2011, 8:22

Hamas leader in Gaza, Mahmoud a - Zahar, explains that although his organization signed the reconciliation agreement with Fatah, Hamas had no intention to change its attitude to Israel: "Interim Government will not take part in the political process"
Hamas leader in Gaza, Dr. Mahmoud a - Zahar, stated that internal reconciliation agreement - Palestinian, initialed yesterday signed between Fatah and Hamas, "does not include negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians and does not require Hamas to recognize Israel. He said that transitional government could not take part in the political process with Israel. Also revealed a - Zahar that heads the Palestinian factions will participate in signing a formal reconciliation agreement in Cairo. In addition to independent personalities will participate in Palestinian members of parliament.
In response to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, according to which the Palestinian Authority to choose if it wants peace with Hamas or with Israel, said this morning (Thursday) Nabil Abu Rodyina, a spokesman for Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas that Israel is not party to the agreement between Hamas and Fatah reconciliation and has nothing to do with him. "PLO as the only body representing the Palestinian people committed to the peace process and see the reconciliation agreement only strengthen this position. on Netanyahu to choose between settlements and a just and comprehensive peace with the Palestinian people united," he added. He said reconciliation agreement put an end to Israeli excuses that the split face - Palestinian prevents them fulfill commitments of the peace process.
Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad, also welcomed the agreement and expressed the hope that it will help in restoring unity to the homeland and the establishment of a Palestinian state whose capital is Jerusalem.
Sale of the PLO, Hanan Ashrawi, also attacked the Prime Minister Netanyahu said that "continuing to use well-known tactics to avoid commitments to peace. He saw always split face - Palestinian excuse for failure of the peace process. What he wants is to only deepen the rift and not vice versa.

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