Hamas denies being asked to leave Syria

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September 12, 2011 09:39

 
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Hamas denied reports that it was asked to leave Damascus, with parliament member Selah El Bardavil saying that it has not been told to close down its offices in Syria, according to Israel Radio.

Israel Radio also noted that they received report Hamas was weighing whether or not to relocate to Qatar and that Islamic Jihad has denied reports that its leadership is debating whether to move its headquarters from Syria to Tehran.

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