Hamas security forces round up Fatah activists in Gaza

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December 29, 2015 05:05

 
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Hamas security forces have rounded up scores of Fatah activists in the Gaza Strip aimed at foiling Fatah’s plans to celebrate the 51st anniversary of its founding later this week, Fatah officials said on Monday.

Among those detained by Hamas are prominent leaders of Fatah in different parts of the Gaza Strip, the officials said.

They condemned the crackdown on their activists in Strip and said it would sabotage efforts to achieve reconciliation between the two rival parties.

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