MANAMA (Reuters) - Talks between Bahrain's opposition and pro-government groups began on Saturday, aimed at healing the deep rifts caused by protests earlier this year by majority Shias that were stamped out by the Sunni rulers. The opposition has expressed skepticism over whether the national dialogue, decreed by King Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa, can accomplish anything, noting that it only has 35 of the 300 seats at the bargaining table. "We start without conditions or limits, our only condition is accepting one another," said Khalifa bin Ahmed al-Dhahrani, chairman of the dialogue and also a speaker of parliament.