Abbas rules out talks with Hamas, says Gaza heading to catastrophe

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December 17, 2007 11:59

 
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Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas rules out dialogue with Hamas, says that without international support Gaza is heading into disaster. "I shall not accept dialogue (with Hamas), based on a fait accompli," Abbas said, referring to Hamas' repeated calls to resume talks on a national unity government. Abbas, speaking at an international donors conference in Paris, said Gaza is already "close to catastrophe," and would head into disaster without continued international aid.

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