Report: Hamas reject 'futile' peace negotiations

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 14, 2013 20:32

 
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Hamas on Wednesday renewed its rejection of the futile negotiations, saying they only serve the interests of the occupation on the official web site of the Hamas's armed wing, Ezzedeen Al Qassam Brigades.

Al Qassam quoted the movement from a press conference, saying that Abu Mazen [PA President Mahmoud Abbas] and his negotiating team "do not have the legitimacy and the right to give up any part of the land of Palestine or any of the people's rights."

They emphasized that "the right of Palestinian refugees to return to their land and their homes from which they have been forcibly expelled is a collective and an individual right for every Palestinian and no one has the right to relinquish it."

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