Fatah official: Olmert moderate in his words, not actions

April 3, 2008 07:29


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Prime Minister Ehud Olmert appears moderate, but in actuality he is nothing of the sort, top Fatah official Jibril Rajoub said Thursday. "In words, he is better than [former Meretz chairman] Yossi Beilin, but in actions, he is worse than [NU/NRP MK] Effie Eitam," Rajoub told Israel Radio. The Fatah official went on to say that he did not believe Hamas was planning a takeover of the West Bank but that if the group wins new elections, Fatah will respect its victory.

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