May 2010
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);5/31/2010, Vol. 191 Issue 4862, p10
The article offers the views of Khaled Meshaal, leader of Palestinian Hamas' political wing, on issues related to foreign relations. He notes that the U.S. government should talk with Hamas to address the problems on Israel-Palestine relationship. He cites that the U.S. should accept the reality that Israel is the one that blocks peace in the Middle East, and that he condemned the American decision during the term of George W. Bush to invalidate the Palestinian legislative elections of 2006.


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