Former Hamas spokesman Ghazi Hamad said he did not rule out the possibility of negotiations between his group and Israel in the future, Israel Radio reported.
In an interview with the London paper Al-Quds al-Arabi, Hamad said he would sit at the negotiating table with Israel only if he believed he could achieve a diplomatic agreement.
At this time, Hamas's position on talks with Israel has not changed, Hamad said, but he noted that there was nothing preventing talks with the enemy in principle, and that his organization did not oppose a diplomatic solution to the Palestinian issue.
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