Report: Hundreds march in Gaza against Israeli-Palestinian peace talks

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August 23, 2013 19:20

 
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Hundreds of Palestinians on Friday protested in the Gaza Strip against the recently renewed Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, AFP reported.

The marches in Gaza City, reportedly organized by Hamas and Islamic Jihad, condemned rival West Bank-based Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas's "political failure" for engaging in negotiations with Israel.

"All the Palestinian factions say you don't have the right to relinquish any piece of our land, or to give up Palestinian rights," AFP quoted Hamas religious affairs minister Ismail Ridwan as addressing his group's rival leader during demonstrations.

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