Palestinian FM hints Hamas may recognize Israel

April 7, 2006 06:49


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Palestinian Foreign Minister Mahmoud A-Zahar said Thursday that Hamas is willing to discuss the existence of two states, hinting that the terror group may recognize Israel's right to exist. In an interview with the British daily Times, he said that he wanted the Quartet to clarify its plan for two-nation solution. He said, "Lets discuss the significance of such a solution - we'll ask them [Israel] what their perception of this initiative is."

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