Hamas accuses Fattah leader of inciting Egypt against it
Hamas leader Salah al-Bardawil - REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih
By AHMED GOMAA

GAZA: Hamas leader Salah Al-Bardawil denounced Fattah leader Azzam al-Ahmad’s latest statements on Saturday, stating that they “incite Egypt against Hamas” and add to Egypt’s internal conflict.

“Al-Ahmad changes when he finds himself in a position hostile to Hamas,” Bardawil told the pro-Hamas website Al Risala Net. “He ignores Prime Minister Ismail Haniya’s demands to stop media crossfire between the two sides.”

Al-Bardawil described the statements as ”opportunistic” and “sleazy” attempts to gain at the expense of the Palestinian people.

“These statements ensure that the Fattah movement is not concerned about the union of people and their leaders,” he added.

Al-Bardawil called for Fattah to cease making accusations.

Originally published in Youm7.

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