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Hamas: AI report unfair
Hamas: AI report unfair
The Hamas Movement on Wednesday strongly criticized the report published by Amnesty International that charged the Movement with committing violations in the Gaza Strip, describing the report as "unfair".
Thursday, February 12,2009 03:30

The Hamas Movement on Wednesday strongly criticized the report published by Amnesty International that charged the Movement with committing violations in the Gaza Strip, describing the report as "unfair".

Fawzi Barhoum, the Movement"s spokesman in Gaza, said in a press release that the report was built on "fabricated stories".

He added that representatives of AI listened to one party and did not listen to the other, "which contradicts the simplest basis of neutrality and professionalism".

The report harms Hamas"s reputation and stands while the AI should have rather focused on the Israeli war crimes and massacres in lines of women, children and old people and on the Israel"s violations of human rights and international laws in its war on Gaza, Barhoum said.

He added that the AI should concentrate on collecting evidence and testimonies on the Israeli violations to table them with international concerned institutions instead of distracting the world"s attention away from those crimes by mentioning undocumented issues.

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