Hamas: We agreed in the past to a state within '67 borders

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September 20, 2010 11:49

 
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Hamas sent messages to the US government in the past stating that the movement does not oppose the formation of a Palestinian State within the 1967 borders with Jerusalem as its capitol, Israel Radio reported on Monday, quoting the organization's Gaza leadership.

According to the report, Hamas's Gaza leadership also requested to begin a dialogue with the United States.

In the organizations Bi-annual report, it was stated that these messages were relayed to officials in Washington through American political figures and academics that visited in Gaza.

The organization's Gaza leadership also asked the US to relax its restrictions preventing reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah.

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