Kadima boss Mofaz echoes Peres comments on talking to Hamas

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December 31, 2012 15:23

 
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Kadima leader and former Israel Defense Forces chief of staff Shaul Mofaz on Monday echoed comments made earlier in the day by President Shimon Peres advocating talks with Hamas, should the Islamist organization abide by the demands of the Quartet of international Mideast peace brokers.

'If Hamas changes its ways then we cannot rule out negations", Mofaz told students in Herzliya. "As long as Hamas remains a terror organization with murderous ideology against children and citizens of Israel, we don't need to talk to them."

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