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Hamas official: Reconciliation is 'all or nothing'
Published Thursday 31/01/2013 (updated) 31/01/2013 22:13
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GAZA CITY (Ma'an) -- The Gaza government is committed to national reconciliation, but the unity deal will be frozen unless all its terms are implemented together, the deputy premier said Thursday.

"We must implement the reconciliation agreement as one package," said Ziyad al-Thatha in a statement.

Al-Thatha said if any terms of the May 2011 deal were not implemented, the whole agreement would be frozen.

Meanwhile, the Hamas minister said his government hopes to reduce unemployment in the Gaza Strip from 60 percent to 30 percent by creating jobs and training workers to contribute to the local market.

"We were able to achieve self-sufficiency in all types of vegetables and a good number of fruits," al-Thatha said, adding that the government was creating new opportunities in industry, trade, tourism and transport.

The government is also financing micro-projects with $10,000 loans, he said.

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1 ) All or / Nothing
31/01/2013 15:40
The PLO should, and will, reject Hamas' demand for "all", and the
PLO should, but will NOT, see that Israel will just as surely reject their
demand for "all of Palestine, East Jerusalem, and refugee return" !!

PLO officials keep giving Israel the same "all or nothing" demands,
which is why PALESTINE REMAINS AS NOTHING, more than just a
9-letter word, on UNGA stationary, and UNHR investigator's calls !!

2 ) Tibi / Tubas
01/02/2013 23:56
With a terrorist group, like Hamas, in Palestine's Government, THE CHOICE IS NOTHING (Internationally), OR LESS THAN NOTHING (Without Donations).

3 ) ABE / USA
03/02/2013 19:19
I bet on NOTHING!!
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