Hamas-Fatah talks postponed due to IDF travel ban

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February 21, 2006 13:43

 
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The coalition talks between Hamas and Fatah, originally scheduled for Tuesday, have been postponed to an unknown date, since Israel has closed the Gaza crossings to all traffic. According to Hamas Spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri, the IDF prevented Fatah faction leader Azzam al Ahmad from entering Gaza. Another parliament member, Mustaffa Barghoutti was also barred from entry, Israel Radio reported.

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