Sunday, 7 September 2014

Hamas to Abbas: Stop conducting dialogue through media

BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- A Hamas spokesman on Sunday said Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas should stop conducting dialogue through the media, a day after Abbas accused the group of running a "shadow government" in Gaza.

Sami Abu Zuhri told reporters that "president Abbas' remarks against Hamas and the resistance are unjustified and the sources of information and figures he relied on were incorrect and have nothing to do with the truth."

The remarks, he added, reflect injustice toward "our people and the resistance who made this great victory."

Abu Zuhri added that Hamas and Fatah agreed to have a meeting soon for further talks and to discuss implementation of the terms of the reconciliation agreement both movements have signed.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Saturday accused Hamas of running a "shadow government" in the Gaza Strip and said that the unity government between Hamas and the PLO must assert its authority in the besieged coastal enclave. more


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