Amidst a positive atmosphere the start of the Palestinian factions' dialogue sessions in Algeria

Amidst a positive atmosphere the start of the Palestinian factions' dialogue sessions in Algeria In Algeria, Palestinian dialogue sessions began with the participation of representatives of a number of factions to discuss ending the political division in the Palestinian territories.  On Tuesday, Palestinian dialogue sessions began in Algeria, with the participation of representatives of a number of factions, to discuss ending the political division in the Palestinian territories.  Hussein Hamayel, spokesman for the Palestinian National Liberation Movement "Fatah", said that "the Palestinian dialogue sessions in Algeria started, in a positive atmosphere."  He added, "We hope that everyone wins for Palestine and puts the higher interest ahead of its narrow interests."  And he added: "The factions will discuss during the sessions a paper submitted by Algeria that includes a set of points that we hope will be agreed upon."  He expressed his wishes for "the progress of the dialogue sessions in the right direction, from all factions, especially from the Islamic Resistance Movement Hamas," as he said.  He continued, "Hamas must be concerned with the success of this path (...) and the positive atmosphere must be translated into implementation and commitment on the ground."  And he indicated that "all the factions are required to go in a unified direction to end the division in light of the bloody bleeding in Palestine."  Regarding the details of the Algerian paper, Hamayel said, "There is a state of secrecy over it, but it will be announced when it comes out in its final form."  He pointed out that any agreement "will be under the umbrella of the Palestine Liberation Organization and the existing Palestinian legitimacy." Hamayel denied the existence of any "problems during the dialogue sessions."  The dialogue held in Algeria, with the participation of about 14 Palestinian factions, will continue for two days.  Since the summer of 2007, the Palestinian arena has been suffering from a political and geographical division, as the "Hamas" movement controls the Gaza Strip, while the West Bank is administered by a government formed by the "Fatah" movement led by President Mahmoud Abbas.

In Algeria, Palestinian dialogue sessions began with the participation of representatives of a number of factions to discuss ending the political division in the Palestinian territories.

On Tuesday, Palestinian dialogue sessions began in Algeria, with the participation of representatives of a number of factions, to discuss ending the political division in the Palestinian territories.

Hussein Hamayel, spokesman for the Palestinian National Liberation Movement "Fatah", said that "the Palestinian dialogue sessions in Algeria started, in a positive atmosphere."

He added, "We hope that everyone wins for Palestine and puts the higher interest ahead of its narrow interests."

And he added: "The factions will discuss during the sessions a paper submitted by Algeria that includes a set of points that we hope will be agreed upon."

He expressed his wishes for "the progress of the dialogue sessions in the right direction, from all factions, especially from the Islamic Resistance Movement Hamas," as he said.

He continued, "Hamas must be concerned with the success of this path and the positive atmosphere must be translated into implementation and commitment on the ground."

And he indicated that "all the factions are required to go in a unified direction to end the division in light of the bloody bleeding in Palestine."

Regarding the details of the Algerian paper, Hamayel said, "There is a state of secrecy over it, but it will be announced when it comes out in its final form."

He pointed out that any agreement "will be under the umbrella of the Palestine Liberation Organization and the existing Palestinian legitimacy." Hamayel denied the existence of any "problems during the dialogue sessions."

The dialogue held in Algeria, with the participation of about 14 Palestinian factions, will continue for two days.

Since the summer of 2007, the Palestinian arena has been suffering from a political and geographical division, as the "Hamas" movement controls the Gaza Strip, while the West Bank is administered by a government formed by the "Fatah" movement led by President Mahmoud Abbas.
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