Hamas reportedly set to restore ties with Assad regime after 10-year schism

Hamas has decided to restore ties with Syria after 10 years of disconnect over the Assad regime’s crackdown on rebels, two sources from the Gaza-ruling terror group tell Reuters.

The sides have held several “high-profile meetings to achieve that goal,” one source says.

Hamas had publicly endorsed the revolt against Syrian President Bashar Assad, after which the terror group was forced to vacate its Damascus headquarters. The move angered Iran, with which Hamas also temporarily cut ties.

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