April 2010
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);4/16/2010, Vol. 191 Issue 4832, p11
The article reports on the "Haaretz" report stating that rival groups Fatah and Hama will reconcile through a comprehensive inter-Palestinian reconciliation supervised by Egypt. It mentions that Egypt has created a new interpretation of Egyptian document drafted by Omar Suleiman, Egypt's head of intelligence and signed by Fatah only. According to Palestinian sources, Egypt's leniency in changing the contents of the document is due to its fears of security deterioration in the Gaza Strip.


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