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PFLP calls on Hamas, Fatah to start dialogue
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09:19, February 25, 2008

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The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) on Sunday called on Hamas and Fatah movements to end their differences and start national dialogue. "They must return to the table of national dialogue to restore our cause's international dignity," the PFLP said in a statement faxed to the press.

"Both movements are asked to stop exchanging incitement and the poisoned media campaigns which contribute to widening the splitting," the statement added.

In June last year, Hamas ousted President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah movement and violently seized power of Gaza Strip. Abbas fired the Hamas-led government and formed a Western-backed administration ruling from West Bank.

The PFLP blamed the two sides on the political gap between the Hamas-ruled Gaza and the Fatah-dominated West Bank. The leftist faction called on Hamas "to step back from the military settlements that carried out in June to pave the way for good atmosphere."

Hamas says there are no talks with Fatah these days because Abbas insists the Islamic movement end its control on the strip before any dialogue starts.

Source: Xinhua

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