Report: Brotherhood to seek Golan deal after Assad falls

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February 17, 2012 10:21

 
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After Syrian President Bashar Assad is removed from power, the Muslim Brotherhood will seek a political settlement with Israel over the Golan Heights, Syria's Muslim Brotherhood spokesman Zuhair Salem said Friday in an interview with Nazareth-based newspaper A-Sinara.

Salem said that they "will not relinquish the Golan Heights", although there is a new demographic reality that requires rational political thinking.

He said that any future agreement between Syria and Israel will be approved by the parliament in Damascus.

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