Lieberman Slams Palestinian-Palestinian Accord


Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman on Thursday slammed the fresh conciliation accord between the mainstream Palestinian movements, Fatah and Hamas, saying Israel eyed the deal “violation of the red line.”

Lieberman, in remarks broadcast by Israel Radio, said Hamas is viewed as a terrorist organization, not only in the United States and European Union states, but also by the Quartet, tasked with settling the regional conflict.

The Israeli foreign minister is widely viewed as a hawkish Israeli leader with a non-conciliatory attitude vis a vis the Palestinians.

Lieberman claimed that the Palestinian Authority sought to bury the hatchet with Hamas against the background of collapse of a major regional ally, the defunct regime of the ousted Egyptian president, Hosni Mubarak.


KUNA is the Kuwait News Agency

2 thoughts on “Lieberman Slams Palestinian-Palestinian Accord

  • April 28, 2011 at 6:27 pm

    You do not negotiate with terrorists.
    Bottom Line.

  • April 29, 2011 at 8:38 am

    What this slimy weasel says about the three stooges of Zion circus could be true.But about Hamas and Fatah it only shows that he and his
    other weasel partners in Knesset are not ready to sign a permanent peace accord with others in
    this troubled region caused by the zionists.


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