Hamas: Renewal of talks attempt to deceive Palestinians

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August 20, 2010 21:51

 
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The US announcement to resume direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians "amounts to nothing more than a new attempt to deceive the Palestinian people and international public opinion" according to a statement made by Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri Friday.

"We in the Hamas movement reject the call of the Quartet and the US administration to resume the Palestinian-Israeli negotiations and believe that this invitation and its consequences does not commit the Palestinian people."

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