Hamas: Schalit negotiations to start where left off

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October 31, 2010 19:28

 
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A senior member of Hamas in Lebanon on Sunday said that his organization made clear to the German mediator that negotiations to release captive soldier Gilad Schalit must resume from the point where they left off, Israel Radio reported.

Hamas man Osama Hamdan told Hizbullah television station al-Manar that the mediator had not brought any new proposals when he visited Gaza earlier this month, according to the report.

In the interview, Hamdan said that Hamas' demands in the negotiations have not changed, the report said.

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