Rajoub knocks Abbas for Fatah election failures

December 22, 2005 09:33
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Palestinian Authority National Security Advisor Jibril Rajoub criticized PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas for the recent failure of the Fatah in the local municipality elections, Israel Radio reported Thursday morning. Speaking to the London-based newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat, Rajoub said Abbas played a significant role in dividing the Fatah and causing the rise of the "future" faction of the Fatah headed by Marwan Bargouti.

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