Abu Zuhri: Fatah’s rejection to Gaza seaport supports Israeli siege
Spokesman for Hamas Movement Sami Abu Zuhri described Sunday Fatah’s latest claims about ongoing talks between the Israeli occupation and his group as “ridiculous allegations.”
In a press release issued Sunday evening, Abu Zuhri strongly denied Fatah’s claims that his group has conducted negotiations with Israeli authorities about the establishment of a seaport in Gaza Strip. Fatah’s rejection to Gaza seaport reflects its support to Israeli continued siege on Gaza, he charged.
Who is involved in security coordination with Israeli occupation has no right to fabricate lies about resistance leaders, Abu Zuhri continued. Earlier Sunday, spokesman for Fatah Movement Osama Qawasmi declared his group’s rejection to the alleged direct or indirect talks between Hamas Movement and Israeli authorities about the establishment of seaport in Gaza under Israeli control.