Detained Hamas Leader Calls For Suspending Talks With Fateh
Rafat Nassif, a detained political leader of the Hamas movement, called for suspending all talks and coordination with the Fateh movement for what he called “the ongoing political arrests and interrogation” of Hamas members, conducted by members of the security forces of Fateh movement in the West Bank.
The statements of Nassif came from his prison cell at a local Palestinian prison. He said that the ongoing arrests and interrogation of Hamas members and supporters contradict the “good spirits that were achieved by signing the national unity agreement between Fateh and Hamas”.
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