Hamas dismisses warnings Iran may scuttle Schalit deal

By MICHAEL OMER-MAN
October 15, 2011 21:18

 
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Hamas Deputy Foreign Minster Razi Hamed brushed off doubts expressed by German intelligence officials over the weekend about the possibility Iran may attempt to torpedo the prisoner exchange deal, in an interview with Channel 10 aired Saturday.

"Today there is an agreement, a signed agreement," he said. "There's no problem and I think that everything will be OK. Inshallah, I hope that within a few days the whole thing will be over."

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