Hani Al-Hassan

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Hani Al-Hassan (born in 1937) is a veteran Fatah leader and former PA interior minister who has accused Mohammed Dahlan of planning to murder him. For some time he dealt with "security" issues and was a liason with Israelis.

He was fired by Mahmoud Abbas in June 2007 after he had said, in an interview with Al-Jazeera, that the recent showdown in Gaza was not a confrontation between Fatah and Hamas but one between Hamas and the Dahlan faction.

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