Fatah demands apology.
Fatah announced in a statement and carried by AL HAYAT that "Hamas needs to offer an apology to Fatah and the Palestinian people For other uses of "Palestinian", see Definitions of Palestine and Palestinian.
Palestinian people (Arabic: الشعب الفلسطيني, " from preventing the Fatah delegation from entering Gaza. Fatah said that preventing Fatah from entering the Islamist-controlled enclave was "disgraceful dis·grace·ful
Bringing or warranting disgrace; shameful.
dis·graceful·ly adv. and unacceptable", adding that it "will reevaluate Hamas' intentions toward Palestinian reconciliation." Fatah also criticized Hamas' statement, in which it announced that it had prevented the Fatah delegation from entering the Gaza Strip Gaza Strip (gäz`ə), (2003 est. pop. 1,330,000) rectangular coastal area, c.140 sq mi (370 sq km), SW Asia, on the Mediterranean Sea adjoining Egypt and Israel, in what was formerly SW Palestine. , saying that it served as an attempt to "thwart all efforts that have been made to achieve Palestinian reconciliation." Fatah slammed some "Hamas officials in Gaza ... whose hands are stained with the blood of our people and our movement and who do not have the right to accuse anyone, because they are the ones who should be tried for the crimes they have committed against the national Palestinian plan and Palestinian fighters." Fatah was referring to Sakher Bseiso whom Hamas accused of "cursing God."