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Hamas Contacts Europeans and Arabs
Yahya Mussa of Hamas said the movement thinks to dispatch a delegation, of its winner members in the Legislative Council, to make a tour in Arab and Islamic countries, may extent to some European states, in order to spell out the movement’s ideologies.    Mussa said it is too early to take about the delegation’s members and the date of the tour since the subject is still und
Tuesday, January 31,2006 00:00
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Yahya Mussa of Hamas said the movement thinks to dispatch a delegation, of its winner members in the Legislative Council, to make a tour in Arab and Islamic countries, may extent to some European states, in order to spell out the movement’s ideologies.  
 
Mussa said it is too early to take about the delegation’s members and the date of the tour since the subject is still under study. The tour aims to elucidate the movement’s stances and to enhance ties between Palestinians and the Arab and Islamic worlds.
 
Upon a request of the Palestinian Chairman, Hamas will hold talks with the Chairman, with winning powers, and with other effective social and academic organizations to crystallize a political partnership for the upcoming period.   
 
He added Fatah, a significant fiction, will be included saying the statements of some Fatah’s members are personal which do not reflect its official stance.
 
Hamas campaigned under the motto of ’reform and change’ draws the popular support. Therefore, the movement will work hard to set change in motion via drafting a government program, based on comprehensive reform of the political structure along with the economical, cultural, and media aspects.
 
Hamas considers forming majority of its new government out of its non-LC members to allow its MPs performing their role of supervision and making legislations. Mussa asserted that consultations on appointing the prime minister are going on.
 
Hamas will not follow the steps of the previous style of government that has excluded other parties, Mussa stressed.
 
’We will shoulder burdens of government efficiently. We will work to stop wasting the public properties. We reply on those who proclaim that we will not be able to manage salaries and other matters saying our people own neglected and unskillfully administered resources. We, in addition, are confident that the Arab and Islamic worlds will help us,’ Mussa explained.
 
’The world should deal with us. We are a moderate, objective and realistic movement that manages matters caring for the popular interests,’ he said. He expressed his belief that the Europe and the whole world will respect the people’s choice and contact with the new government, without asking for concessions. He, moreover, underestimated threats of suspending aids for Palestinians.
 
During the coming period, open-door policy with the Arab and Islamic worlds will be a priority for the movement, hinting that the Palestinian Authority disregarded this point. While the authority has problems with some countries, Hamas enjoys balanced ties with all states and their people. 
 
Commenting on statements of a Fatah official who said that the Fatah forms the majority of the security apparatus, Mussa noted that Hamas will seek to remove the partisan characteristic of the security bodies. Matters will be treated transparently and in accordance with law and citizenship principle.

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