MK A-Sanaa meets Hamas's Haniyeh

"Whoever speaks of terror should come to Beit Hanun to see what real terror is."

November 10, 2006 14:20
MK A-Sanaa meets Hamas's Haniyeh

taleb a sanaa 224.88. (photo credit: Ariel Jerozolimski )


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UAL MK Taleb A-Sanaa met with Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh of Hamas on Friday and expressed his condolences for Wednesday's deadly IDF shelling of Beit Hanun.

  • IDF: Error caused Beit Hanun tragedy "Whoever speaks of terror should come to Beit Hanun to see what real terror is," A-Sanaa declared. Earlier, the UAL MK visited Beit Hanun and spoke with the northern Gaza town's mayor. He then took a trip to the local hospital and visited families of the shelling victims. A-Sanaa also called on Palestinians to pursue the establishment of a PA unity government.

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