Hamas leaders said they don't expect Russia to impose conditions for their trip to Moscow later this month for talks, a trip that has enraged Israeli leaders who fear the international community's resolve to shun the violent Islamic terror group is weakening.
"We are going to present our positions ... about the political developments and issues related to the rights of our people," said Sami Abu Zuhri, a Hamas spokesman in Gaza, on Saturday. "Russia will listen to Hamas and Hamas will listen to Russia."
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