Thursday, May 5, 2011

Netanyahu considers Palestinian reconciliation as a victory for terrorism

London. .- The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said today that the agreement of reconciliation between Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas is a "great victory for terrorism" and said it will never negotiate with the Islamic movement. "What happened today in Cairo is a huge blow for peace and a great victory for terrorism," Netanyahu said in London, where he meets with British Prime Minister, David Cameron, who will push for progress towards an agreement peace.

Netanyahu added that never enter into negotiations with a Palestinian government that includes Hamas members, because "peace is only possible with those who want to live in peace with us, and not to those who want to destroy us." His statement came hours after the ceremony in the Egyptian capital of signing the reconciliation agreement between Fatah and Hamas, which ended four years of fighting.

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