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Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah 'reach deal' in Cairo
Topic Started: Oct 12 2017, 06:51 AM (39 Views)
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14 minutes ago / Middle East

The Palestinian group Hamas says it has reached an agreement with rival group Fatah, ending a decade-long rift.

Hamas, which controls the Gaza Strip, said details of the deal would be released later on Thursday. Fatah has not commented.

Egypt has been brokering reconciliation talks in Cairo.
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George Aligator
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Reconciliation has happened before. Fatah and Hamas are like the US Republican and Tea Parties. Egypt is pushing for political unification and watching the approaching end of the Netanyahu coalition which has ruled for a generation. At stake, as always, is the status of the Occupied Territories. With Israel's powerful but only supporter about to become enmeshed in its own internal political chaos, the stage may be setting for a real shake-up.
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Robert Stout
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Oct 12 2017, 11:13 AM
Reconciliation has happened before. Fatah and Hamas are like the US Republican and Tea Parties. Egypt is pushing for political unification and watching the approaching end of the Netanyahu coalition which has ruled for a generation. At stake, as always, is the status of the Occupied Territories. With Israel's powerful but only supporter about to become enmeshed in its own internal political chaos, the stage may be setting for a real shake-up.
This must be reconciliation #46, all ending in murdering each other...If you are waiting for Israel to become pro-Palestinian, I wouldn't recommend holding your breath....Meanwhile countries are cutting aid to Palestine due to its encouragement of terrorism.............. :biggrin:
Edited by Robert Stout, Oct 13 2017, 03:57 PM.
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