Hamas drops call for destruction of Israel from manifesto - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • David James Vickery
    • 12.01.06 | 18:54 (IST)

    This article may see off topic, but it's important. "Hamas drops call for destruction of Israel from manifesto" Chris McGreal in Jerusalem Thursday January 12, 2006 Guardian Hamas has dropped its call for the destruction of Israel from its manifesto for the Palestinian parliamentary election in a fortnight, a move that brings the group closer to the mainstream Palestinian position of building a state within the boundaries of the occupied territories. The Islamist faction, responsible for a long campaign of suicide bombings and other attacks on Israelis, still calls for the maintenance of the armed struggle against occupation. But it steps back from Hamas's 1988 charter demanding Israel's eradication and the establishment of a Palestinian state in its place. read more here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/print/0,3858,5372294-103681,00.html you're welcome, d.

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