PNA slams Muslim Brotherhood chief

09:47, October 03, 2010      

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The Palestinian National Authority (PNA) on Saturday slammed Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood leader, Mohammed Badi, who predicted PNA's near collapse.

Badi's remarks were an order "to keep troubles" in the Palestinian territories, said Nabil Abu Rdineh, spokesman for the PNA.

The Brotherhood group "has always brought troubles and civil wars in every place it controlled and today it is repeating this bitter experience on our land," Abu Rdineh said.

In a message posted on the group's website on Friday, Badi said that the PNA "is breathing its last breath" after it had accepted a U.S. invitation to resume peace talks with Israel last month. Badi added that peoples "know well who the resistance fighters are (referring to Hamas) and who has sold and bargained the Palestinian cause."

In 2007, Hamas, which won the Palestinian parliamentary elections a year earlier, routed forces loyal to President Mahmoud Abbas and ousted his Fatah movement, taking over the Gaza Strip and leaving the PNA's rule confined to the West Bank.

Source: Xinhua

(Editor:张洪宇)

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