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PNA Criticizes Statements of Expatriate Hamas Leader as "Seeding Sedition"

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  • Paul
    3 Octobre 2005 Palestine International Press Center (IPC) (official Palestinian National authority news source – Agence officielle de l’Autorité
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 3 12:20 PM
      3 Octobre 2005 Palestine International Press Center (IPC)
      (official Palestinian National authority news source – Agence officielle
      de l’Autorité Nationale palestinienne)

      PNA Criticizes Statements of Expatriate Hamas Leader as "Seeding Sedition"

      http://www.ipc.gov.ps/ipc_new/english/details.asp?name=10984


      GAZA, Palestine, October 3, 2005 (IPC + WAFA) - - The Palestinian
      leadership condemned yesterday the statements which were made by one of
      Hamas movement's leaders, considering his statements as regretfully
      untrue and aim at germinating the seeds of sedition.

      The leadership stressed in its commentary on the statements, that
      President Mahmoud Abbas is adhering to maintain the national unity and
      observe the "Cairo Declaration" which was unanimously agreed upon by all
      the Palestinian national factions.

      These statements which were made by Mohammad Nazal, a political leader
      of Hamas movement has come in for a lot of flak by the Palestinian
      National Authority (PNA), as they may bring about uncalled for parlous
      state of internal turmoil.

      Furthermore, the PNA expressed its surprise for these unjustified
      statements which came as a bombshell, calling on Hamas to stop such
      excesses which stir up bad blood and play havoc with the high common
      interest, and to act in conformity with the sublime level of
      responsibility towards the principles of the mutual national work.

      What is worthy mentioning is that Mr. Nazal said that "there is a stream
      in the Palestinian Authority with eradicative views [referring to the
      views of eradicating Hamas movement] misinforming the Palestinian
      leadership in an effort to goad it into a confrontation with Hamas."

      Mr. Nazal said during the fifth anniversary of Al-Aqsa Intifada which
      took place in Beirut, "Hamas will cut this stream off from rising to
      power," adding that those people had their hands smeared with
      Palestinian blood.

      The Hamas leader did not mention in particular the names of those
      people, in the Palestinian Authority, whom he accused of being killers;
      still these statements show the increased tension between the PNA and
      the Hamas movement.
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