Liberman: Hamas-Fatah unity government would be end of Israel-PA negotiations

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April 23, 2014 13:38

 
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In response to reports of a Fatah-Hamas unity government in five weeks, Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman said on Wednesday that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas needs to decide whether he wants peace with Hamas or with Israel.

Liberman said it would be impossible for Fatah to have peace with Israel while simultaneously being joined with Hamas, a terror organization whose mission is to destroy Israel.

"If Abbas signs a unity government agreement with Hamas, he is signing the end of negotiations between Israel and the PA."

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