Hamas: PA's insistence on Fayyad wrecking Palestinian unity

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July 13, 2011 15:30

 
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Senior Hamas official Moussa Abu Marzouk on Wednesday said that the Palestinian reconciliation deal is in danger of failing following statements by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas that there would be no unity government unless Hamas accepts Salam Fayyad as prime minister.

Palestinian daily Felesteen quoted Marzouk as saying Abbas's insistence on Fayyad "is not reasonable."

He blamed Abbas for threatening to "return the Palestinians to the pre-reconciliation situation."

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