Leader Says Hamas Against Any Peace with Israel

(AP) A senior Hamas leader says that if his militant group came to power in a future Palestinian state, it would not abide by any previous Palestinian peace deals with Israel. Moussa Abu Marzouk, Hamas' number two figure, says any potential deal, even if ratified in a Palestinian referendum, would be considered only as a temporary truce agreement. Abu Marzouk's remarks underline Hamas' stance that it considers the Palestinians to be at war with Israel.

2012-04-20 00:00:00

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