Gaza, ALRAY - Hamas Movement on Sunday regretted the remarks of senior member of Fatah Azzam al-Ahmad accusing the movement of interfering in Egyptian affairs.
The Islamic movement said in a statement that al-Ahmad 's comments are “opportunist” and demonstrate Fatah’s lack of credibility towards reconciliation.
It added that Fatah failed to commit to the reconciliation entitlement not ending political mudslinging against Hamas.
Ahmed told Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy during meetings on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2014 that his movement “reject the interference of Hamas or others in the internal Egyptian affairs,” according to Egyptian Youm7 publication.
Recently, the Egyptian authorities named 70 Palestinians in an indictment for interfering in Egyptian affairs
Hamas in return refuted in figures the accusations and condemned them as lies and fabrications.
Some of the Palestinians indicted passed a few years ago, others like Hamas leader Hassan Salameh was sentenced by Israel to life imprisonment in 1996.
While nearly half of them have never left outside Gaza, according to a statement issued in response to the Egyptian accusations.