A Hamas leader suggested his group one day could hold talks with Israel. “A negotiation is a method. If the method enables us to liberate our land, to liberate our people from Israeli jails, to reconstruct what was destroyed by Israel in its long-standing occupation, at that time we can discuss,” Mahmoud Zahar, the Hamas chief in the Gaza Strip, told Israel Radio in a rare interview Wednesday.
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