March 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);3/23/2011, Vol. 196 Issue 5058, p8
The article focuses on the meeting of a Fatah delegation with Egyptian Foreign Minister Nabil al-Arabi in Egypt to review the initiative put forward by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. It is noted that the initiative aims to end the schism between the Fatah movement and Islamist Hamas organization, and to form an independent government that would prepare for elections. Information regarding the reply of Hamas to Abbas' initiative is also provided.


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