Fatah blasts Netanyahu calls as 'unacceptable interference'

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May 3, 2011 18:03

 
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Fatah on Tuesday blasted Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's call to cancel the unity deal with Hamas immediately, calling it an "unacceptable interference," AFP reported.

Netanyahu "must respect the will of the Palestinian people and stop the unacceptable interference in internal Palestinian affairs," AFP quoted  Azzam al-Ahmed, the head of the Fatah delegation in Cairo, as saying.

On Tuesday it was announced that the unity deal itself had already been inked, and the official signing scheduled for Wednesday would merely be ceremonial.

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