DAMASCUS, SYRIA (12:30 PM) – Palestinian resistance movement Hamas, which is the ruling party in the Gaza Strip, has announced its decision to accept a reconciliation offer made by rival Fatah party leader Mahmoud Abbas.

In an official statement, Hamas stated its “desire to achieve national unity” in Palestine, after a 10-year rift that left the Gaza Strip and the West Bank as two de facto autonomous regions.

The rivalry between the two factions within the Palestinian resistance movement dates back to 2006, when Hamas scored a landslide electoral victory in the Palestinian National Authority elections. After the Fatah party led by Mahmoud Abbas, refused to ach

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Jonkers you’re bonkers, or maybe it’s me. This article ends in the middle of a sentence “After the Fatah party led by Mahmoud Abbas, refused to ach…”

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good news, i cant say who’d win but I hope hamas and fatah can work on making a unity government and, you know, run the state and direct the fire towards the real enemy?

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