Dahlan: 'Whistle-blowers poisoned relationship with Abbas'

December 8, 2010 15:21


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Mohammed Dahlan, a Fatah former security commander, on Wednesday told London-based newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat that members of Fatah are united behind Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, and that "whistle-blowers" poisoned Dahlan's relationship with the president.

Commenting on recent revelations by Wikileaks, Dahlan said that "the leaks have no meaning but to create confusion in the Palestinian reality," and said that he does not consider there to be a dispute between himself and Abbas.

Dahlan also told Asharq Al-Awsat that he predicts the outbreak of a third intifada in the event of a continuing statelmate in the peace process.

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