Netanyahu Slams Abbas For Doha Agreement
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas over the reconciliation agreement, singed on Monday at the Qatari Capital of Doha. The deal between Fateh and Hamas head, Khaled Mashaal, states that Abbas would become the Prime Minister of the Unity Government until new elections are held.
During a meeting with his Likud, a right-wing party, Netanyahu stated that “Abbas must choose between peace with Israel or coalition with the Hamas movement," Israeli Haaretz reported.
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