January 2010
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);1/18/2010, Vol. 190 Issue 4770, p5
The article reports on the information given by the newspaper "An Nahar" which cites Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas calling a meeting with Hamas politburo leader Khaled Meshaal. It mentions that the meeting is prior to the signing of an inter-Palestinian reconciliation agreement which is mediated by Egypt. According to Abbas, he obtained information that Hamas does not want reconciliation.


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