Hamas: Netanyahu's apology to Turkey late, shows fear

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March 22, 2013 22:05

 
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Hamas on Friday said Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's apology to Turkey over the killing of nine Turkish activists during the 2010 Mavi Marmara raid showed Israel's "fear of the regional changes" underway since the Arab Spring, AFP reported.

Hamas spokesman Taher al-Nunu told AFP that "Netanyahu's apology was late, and he should immediately end the siege on Gaza."

A Hamas official said Turkish Premier Erdogan phoned exiled Hamas chief Khaled Meshaal on Friday evening and briefed him on the details of Netanyahu's apology.

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