Hamas warns Palestinians will overthrow Abbas in the West Bank

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September 26, 2007 08:25

 
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Hamas spokesman in the Gaza Strip Fauzi Barhoum warned on Tuesday that Palestinians in the West Bank would overthrow Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and PA Prime Minister Salaam Fayad, Israel Radio reported. The PA, Barhoum was quoted as saying in an interview with Palestinian website, 'Qudsnet,' is carrying out a sinful and cruel attack on Hamas in the West Bank and are cooperating with Israel to destroy the organization. Barhoum claimed that Abbas's policy - to distance Hamas from the Palestinian arena - was in line with that of Israel's and the US's.

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