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Arrests, recriminations threaten Hamas, Fatah talks

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 Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah group accused rival Hamas of arresting dozens of Fatah activists in the Gaza Strip on Monday. The recriminations threaten to derail Egyptian-mediated efforts to reconcile the two Palestinian groups. A Hamas spokesman said there had been no arrests and accused Fatah of distortion aimed at undermining the talks. Arrests and counter arrests by forces loyal to the two groups have hampered efforts to restore political unity and boost prospects for a resumption of peace-making with Israel. Senior Fatah lawmaker Ashraf Gomaa told Reuters by telephone from Gaza that at least 90 of those arrested on Monday had been identified, but that the Hamas sweeps were continuing. "We urge the Egyptian leadership to take a stronger position towards these actions by Hamas, which create doubt among our people over the importance of, and the need for, these continued talks in Cairo," Gomaa said. A top Abbas aide said that Palestinian security forces had arrested about 10 Hamas operatives in the West Bank in the past several days on suspicion of planning attacks. "We are now convinced that (Hamas) is not ready to reach an agreement in Cairo," Tayyeb Abdel-Rahim said.

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Cairo / Mo. Jun 29, 2009 8:18pm

source: in.reuters.com

autor: Nidal al-Mughrabi

29.06.2009


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