Hamas presents new charter accepting a Palestine based on 1967 borders

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Hamas presents new charter accepting a Palestine based on 1967 borders

Post by Irn Bru on Tue May 02, 2017 11:13 pm

Hamas has unveiled a new political programme softening its stance on Israel by accepting the idea of a Palestinian state in territories occupied by Israel in the six-day war of 1967.

The new document states the Islamist movement it is not seeking war with the Jewish people – only with Zionism that drives the occupation of Palestine.

The new document also insists that Hamas is a not a revolutionary force that seeks to intervene in other countries, a commitment that is likely to be welcomed by other states such as Egypt.

The policy platform was announced by the head of the movement’s political bureau, Khaled Meshal, at a press conference in Doha. “Hamas advocates the liberation of all of Palestine but is ready to support the state on 1967 borders without recognising Israel or ceding any rights,” he said.


Well people have been going on about the Hamas charter for years but now they have got what they wanted so what's the response? Sur bet they'll come up with something else. Have the Israeli's changed their charter?
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