Days of Palestine, Gaza Strip –Hamas-Fatah talks started on Monday in Cairo, one day ahead of resuming indirect talks with the Israeli regarding August 26 ceasefire.
Behind closed doors, both factions blamed each other for waging a propaganda war through mass media.
The two factions signed an agreement in April that led to the formation of a reconciliation government. Hamas conceded all seats for Fatah and technocrat figures.
However, in a very clear sign of retreat from the agreement, the new government refused to deal with the Gaza Strip or pay the salaries of the employees there.
Hamas blamed the government for that and said that the new Palestinian PM Rami Hamadallah is following the orders of the rival Fatah movement.
Around 40,000 new employees were recruited by Hamas after it swept Fatah out of the Strip in mid-2007.
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The new employees replaced those loyal to Fatah, who were ordered by the Palestinian Authority and Fatah President Mahmoud Abbas to carry out civil insurgence.
This issue along with other issues caused a kind of tension between Hamas and Fatah, but the Israeli war on Gaza, which started on July 7, silenced that tension.
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But immediately after the war ended, Fatah leaders opened fire at Hamas through mass media.
During the 51-day war, none of the officials in the unity government has visited or offered help to the Gaza Strip. This pushed the Deputy Speaker of the Palestinian Parliament Ahmed Bahar to call for the government to resign.
In the ongoing talks between the factions, Palestinians hope that both bring their difference to an end in order to have a united position when they talks with the Israeli delegation about the terms of the ceasefire deal.