Hamas: No legitimacy for occupation on our lands
Hamas has rejected the renewed Israeli plan proposing the establishment of a Palestinian state with "temporary" borders, describing it as "malicious".
Fawzi Barhoum a Hamas spokesman, said in a statement to the PIC on Sunday said that his Movement did not believe in negotiations with the "Zionist enemy" and does not recognize its legitimacy.
Any negotiations with the "Zionist enemy" on constants and rights would mean recognition of its legitimacy and a beautification of its image allowing it to commit more crimes, he elaborated.
Barhoum said that the proposal by Israeli parliament member Shaul Mofaz that coincided with the declaration of Mahmoud Abbas, the former PA chief, that he would not re-nominate himself to another term in office indicated that he was "fishing in muddy waters".
Mofaz, a member of Kadima bloc, told a press conference earlier Sunday that his proposal envisages the establishment of a Palestinian state within temporary boundaries that would group 50 to 60 percent of the West Bank’s land.