Report: Hamas slams Egypt over Morsi detainment and interrogation

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July 26, 2013 13:15

 
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Hamas on Friday condemned Egypt for the decision to detain ousted President Mohamed Morsi and interrogate him over a connection to the governing body of Gaza, AFP reported.

"Hamas condemns this move since it is based on the premise that the Hamas movement is hostile," spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri reportedly told AFP.

"This is a dangerous development, which confirms that the current powers in Egypt are giving up on national causes and even using these issues to deal with other parties -- first among them the Palestinian cause."

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