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Nazzal: No intention to move Hamas offices from Syria to Jordan
Nazzal: No intention to move Hamas offices from Syria to Jordan
[ 18/09/2008 - 10:43 AM ]

DAMASCUS, (PIC)-- Mohammed Nazzal, political bureau member of the Hamas Movement, told Quds Press that his Movement had no intention to move its offices from Syria back to Jordan in the light of the recent developments.

He said such press speculations were not true, adding that reports claiming presence of security problems in Syria were baseless.

Nazzal denied that Hamas had adopted any new security measures to protect its leaders, adding that the same security precautions were being adopted and had nothing to do with the escalation of Israeli threats against Hamas leaders.

In another question, he said that his Movement did not start steps to shift the mediation bid in the prisoners' swap deal from Egypt to another country, and added that Hamas had nothing do with the delay in this question.

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