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Hamas denies Fatah accusations of interfering in Egypt

Gaza-based resistance group Hamas denies renewed allegations by rival Fatah movement that it is interfering in Egypt's internal affairs

Ahram Online , Wednesday 3 Jul 2013
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A Hamas supporter attends a rally in Gaza City December 14, 2011, marking the 24th anniversary of the Hamas movement’s foundation (Photo: Reuters)
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The Palestinian Hamas movement denied accusations made by rival Palestinian group Fatah that it was intervening in the affairs of neighbouring Arab countries, including Egypt.

A press statement issued by Hamas denounced "the renewal of false accusations" against the movement, stressing that there had been no reported incidents of its intervention in any Islamic or Arab country historically.

Fatah had on Tuesday accused Hamas, ideologically affiliated with Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, of being involved in Egypt for the past year, and of forming militias to defend the embattled group, UK-based paper Al-Arab Online reported.

Hamas called the accusations "fabricated illusions."

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Abd Elrahman
03-07-2013 07:31pm
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What the hell?
Hamas is a group of some hundred people , how could they interfere in Egypt? How can 500 people change Egypt.. I'm really tired of these ****!
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