lunes, 27 de junio de 2011

Abu Marzouk: We rejected the Israeli conditions for a prisoner-exchange deal

DAMASCUS, (PIC)-- Deputy political bureau chairman 
of Hamas Dr. Mousa Abu Marzouk has said that his 
movement had rejected the “unjust offer” tabled by 
the German "mediator" on the prisoners’ exchange
 deal because he bowed to Israeli occupation conditions.
He told the London-based Al-Hayat newspaper 
published on Monday that Gerhard Conrad adopted
 the Israeli occupation government’s conditions, which
 he described as “unjust and unfair”.
He added that the Israeli occupation stringent position
 is understood but for the German middleman to adopt 
such a position it is “unacceptable”.
Abu Marzouk stressed that there would be no return to
 the German mediator because he did not assume his
 role properly and failed.
The Hamas leader said that the prisoners’ exchange
deal was now in the hands of Egypt, highlighting that 
his movement was interested in concluding the deal but
 in accordance with national, honorable conditions.
Meanwhile, an unidentified Egyptian source told the
 same paper that Israel should display “positive 
stands”. He held the Israeli government responsible
 for not concluding the exchange deal, adding that 
Tel Aviv should be more flexible and not to table extremist 
positions, which it knows in advance would not be accepted by Hamas.

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