Hamas: PA's recognition of Israel a mistake

By JPOST.COM STAFF
February 5, 2006 20:20

 
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Senior Hamas member Musa Abu Marzuk described the Palestinian Authority's recognition of Israel as "an error, which can be rectified," speaking to reporters in Cairo Sunday. "Where are the borders of this country? Are the settlements included in them? What will happen with the right to return?" Abu Marzuk demanded. "Until these questions are answered satisfactorily, we will not even consider changing our stance." Abu Marzuk's comments came shortly after Damascus-based Hamas leader, Khaled Mashaal said last week that Hamas would never recognize the legitimacy of the "Zionist state which was established on our land".

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