PALESTINIANS-US Hamas Says US Does Not Want Palestinian Reconciliation

December 2009
Middle East Reporter (Weekly Edition);12/12/2009, Vol. 135 Issue 1181, p4
The article reports on the statement of Khalil al-Hayeh, a politburo member of the militant group Hamas, regarding the inter-factional reconciliation in Palestine. Al-Hayeh reveals the interest of his group to make up with Fatah, however, claims that he has an evidence that the U.S. has vetoed the planned reconciliation. It notes that Fatah has consented Egypt's submitted proposal for the reconciliation, however, Hamas has declined to sign the document and demanded an amendment instead.


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