Hamas: PM's rejection of 67 lines proves absurdity of talks

May 21, 2011 11:10


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Hamas on Saturday said that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's statement rejecting any return to the 1967 lines "proves the absurdity of negotiations."

The group's spokesman in Gaza, Sami Abu Zuhri, put out a statement referring to Netanyahu's meeting with US President Barack Obama on Friday.

The statement said that Netanyahu's comments prove that any attempt to reach an agreement with Israel is a mistake.

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