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Haniyeh: We don't oppose the creation of a Palestinian State on 1967 borders

Haniyeh: We don't oppose the creation of a Palestinian State on 1967 borders

Ismail Haniyeh, Hamas leader

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Gaza Post - Turkey

"Hamas movement did not oppose the creation of a Palestinian state based on the 1967 borders in a gradual manner, but insisted on not recognizing Israel." Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh said.

Ismail Haniyeh said during a meeting organized on Saturday by the Palestinian Association for Communication and Information in Istanbul, "In the interim framework, Hamas is not opposed to establishing a state on the 1967 borders, but it is steadfast in not recognizing the occupation of the rest of the Palestinian territories.

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He attacked the American and Israeli governments, saying they were historically the most extreme in their policy toward Palestine.

"Unfortunately, the United States and Europe are going along with the Israeli narrative, and this contradicts the [UN] Charter and the international conventions on the right of peoples to resist their occupants,” he stated, also condemning a meeting between the Bahraini foreign minister and Israeli officials in Washington.
 

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