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Khaled Meshaal
The head of Hamas' political bureau talks to Al Jazeera's Sami Zeidan.
Last Modified: 06 Jun 2007 13:41 GMT

Khaled Meshaal talks to Al Jazeera's Sami Zeidan
In this episode of Talk to Jazeera, Al Jazeera's Sami Zeidan talks to Khaled Meshaal, the head of Hamas' political bureau, about the Palestinian Unity Government, factional in-fighting and the reaction of the rest of the world, in particular the Quartet.

When asked about the decision of some countries to deal only with non-Hamas members of the Palestinian Unity Government, Meshaal tells Al Jazeera that such conditions are unacceptable to him and he will not abide by them.

He says that the Palestinians have agreed that there should be no discrimination between members of the unity government and that this is the approach that should be adopted by other countries.

Meshaal tells Al Jazeera that the government is concerned with the interests of the Palestinian people and not with the conditions of the Quartet.

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This episode of Talk to Jazeera aired from 21 March 2007

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