Hamas, Fatah officials renew commitment to reconciliation

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    GAZA, (PIC)-- Hamas and Fatah officials concluded a meeting in Gaza on Sunday evening with assertion that the reconciliation process was irreversible.

    The PIC reporter said that the meeting progressed amidst a positive atmosphere, and that officials of both factions agreed on activating work of joint committees.

    Fawzi Barhoum, a Hamas spokesman, told the PIC that his movement renewed demands for ending the political detention and releasing all those detained for political affiliation in the West Bank.

    The officials discussed arrangements for the Hamas-Fatah meeting in Cairo on 18 December that would be followed by a meeting for all factions, Barhoum said.

    For his part, Abdullah Samhadana, a Fatah leader attending the meeting, said that an agreement was made by which both parties would table names of their political detainees to a committee that would determine whether the detainee was held for political or other reasons.

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    Oh, I thought it meant reconciliation with Israel...silly me.
     
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    It is Israel's war. It can stop it any time it wants.
     
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    The Economist Magazine: Arab World Self-Doomed To Failure :lol: :clap2:
     
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    Why doesn't Israel want to end its war?
     
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    Arab Author Anwar Malek :lol: :clap2:
    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYgrziadQIo]Algerian author Anwar Malek talks about the arab world. - YouTube[/ame]
     
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    That doesn't say anything about why Israel does not want to end its war.
     
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    Burak Bekdil, Hurryet Daily News [Turkey]: Hamas Are Terrorists
     
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    Israel said that report was crap.
     
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    Former Gazan Nonie Darwish, Human Rights Activist, Founder, Arabs For Israel... An Arab-Made Misery - WSJ.com
     

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