Hamas to Obama: We seek 'just solution' to Israeli-Palestinian conflict

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June 4, 2009 11:59

 
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Hamas made seemingly conciliatory statements ahead of President Barack Obama's speech to the Muslim world on Thurday. In a letter to Obama, Hamas Foreign Ministry official Ahmed Youssef welcomed Obama's outreach to Muslims and wrote that his group is committed to a "just solution" to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. However, he did not say whether the terrorist group is prepared to recognize Israel's right to exist.

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