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Hamas slams Arab vow to resume talks with Israel
Hamas slams Arab vow to resume talks with Israel
The Palestinian Islamic resistance movement, Hamas, has slammed the Arab League's foreign ministers' decision to submit to an American proposal for Palestinians to hold indirect talks with Israel
Friday, March 5,2010 21:40
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The Palestinian Islamic resistance movement, Hamas, has slammed the Arab League's foreign ministers' decision to submit to an American proposal for Palestinians to hold indirect talks with Israel

In a statement released on Wednesday March 3, Hamas emphasized that the resumption of Israeli-Palestinian talks under current conditions grants Israel another chance to resume its settlement activities, especially whilst the Tel Aviv regime is moving ahead with its illegal plans and blatant violations

Hamas also criticized the acting Palestinian Authority Chief Mahmoud Abbas for attempting to gain 'Arab recognition' for his talks with the Israeli regime while Tel Aviv continues its settlement activities and military assaults

The Arab ministers, gathered in the hall of the League of Arab States in central Cairo on Wednesday, backed the resumption of the US-mediated talks for another four months

 

Syria, a staunch opponent of Israel, declared that the Arab League decision was not reached by a consensus and that it appeared to serve as a "political cover" for a Palestinian decision already taken

 

tags: Hamas / Talks With Israel / Islamic Resistance / Israeli-Palestinian Talks / Tel Aviv / Abbas / Israeli Regime / Arab League
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