After talks in Cairo, Hamas leaders head to Gaza for 'consultations'


(Worthy News) - Senior Hamas officials who held talks with Egyptian intelligence officials in Cairo over the past three days were scheduled to arrive in the Gaza Strip Thursday to meet with party leaders, sources close to the Islamist movement said.

Meanwhile, Hamas again rejected a demand by its rivals in Fatah to disarm and give security control of the Gaza Strip to the Palestinian Authority government.

It remained unclear late yesterday whether the Egyptians had made progress in their effort to end the Hamas-Fatah rift. [ Source: Jerusalem Post (Read More...) ]

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