Hamas chief: Iran turmoil won't affect support

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August 15, 2009 23:12

 
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The top Hamas leader said he is concerned about the postelection turmoil in Iran but does not think it will endanger Teheran's support for the group. Mashaal said in an interview with Qatari newspaper al-Watan that is to be published Sunday that he did not think that support was in danger. "No doubt what is happening in Iran concerns and worries us, but we consider it to be an internal affair," Mashaal said, according to an advance copy of the interview. "But we are definitely not worried about the relationship with Iran or the support that Iran offers us."

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