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Fatah military wing urges Hamas to release detainees
Published Friday 11/01/2013 (updated) 12/01/2013 18:11
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BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- Fatah's armed wing on Friday called on Hamas to release all prisoners from the movement jailed in Gaza, a statement said.

The Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades urged the Islamist group to release all Fatah detainees and end the division, adding that armed struggle is the right way to liberate Palestine.

The group also said that Hamas' decision this week to sentence jailed Fatah leader Zaki al-Sakani to 15 years in prison "reinforced" the division between the factions.

Al-Sakani was accused by Hamas of terrorism and illegally possessing explosives and weapons, charges Fatah's military wing denies.

Israeli intelligence had tried to hunt him down through several targeted assassinations, including one which injured him in Gaza City while he was launching mortar shells at an Israeli settlement in 2005.

In November, both Fatah and Hamas announced that they would release political detainees as a goodwill gesture to boost reconciliation efforts, although both factions have yet to follow through on their statements.
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1 ) فرسان البارودة / حماس
12/01/2013 05:52
Hamas urges PLO/Fatah in West Bank to stop security coordination with Zionist enemy & end their form of making Palestinian detainees. Also urges Abbas to announce a definite END to the defunctualized 'Oslo Accords' & start a program to END the area A, B, & C trap which does nothing but restrict & harrass Palestinians. Also Hamas asks Mr. Abbas to find a way to keep the Jewish terrorist settlers & Zionist Occupation Forces out of the West bank for good- and tell them to never come back.
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