Hamas: We expect Israeli response on prisoner exchange talks by Tuesday

Hamas We expect Israeli

January 10, 2010 08:03


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Hamas expects to receive Israel's response to the group's latest offer in prisoner exchange talks that would secure the release of captive IDF soldier Gilad Schalit by Tuesday, top Damascus-based Hamas leader Moussa Abu Marzuk told Al Hayat in an interview published Sunday. Marzuk told the newspaper that "there is no deal at the moment" and blamed Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for stalling the talks.

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