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Masri: Hamas’s keenness on dialogue is not weakness
Masri: Hamas’s keenness on dialogue is not weakness
MP Mushir Al-Masri, the secretary-general of the Hamas parliamentary bloc, highlighted Friday that Hamas’s keenness on dialogue is not begging or weakness but is meant to facilitate restoration of Palestinian national unity.
Saturday, February 2,2008 18:00
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MP Mushir Al-Masri, the secretary-general of the Hamas parliamentary bloc, highlighted Friday that Hamas"s keenness on dialogue is not begging or weakness but is meant to facilitate restoration of Palestinian national unity.On the first anniversary of the Hedaya mosque massacre committed by the Fatah-affiliated mutiny trend in Gaza, MP Masri stated that Hamas is the most solicitous for the interests of the Palestinian people and inter-Palestinian dialogue based on the national foundations and consensus.

The lawmaker underscored that Hamas will never relinquish the national rights and constants and will never submit to the PA"s conditions calling for recognizing Israel in exchange for dialogue.The MP pointed out that thanks to God, the Zio-American financial and military support provided for the Dayton"s followers in Gaza, which had been hidden in the stores of the preventive security headquarters and allocated for eradicating Hamas, was employed by the Palestinian resistance against the IOF troops.

For its part, a delegation from the Palestine society in Bahrain including MP Nasser Al-Fadalah and Jalal Al-Sherbi urged the Palestinians to stand firm and to continue their resistance against the Israeli occupation, pointing out that the Bahraini people"s support for the Palestinian people will never stop.


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