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Party official: Gaza factions reject Israel 2-stage truce
Published Tuesday 20/11/2012 (updated) 21/11/2012 09:54
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GAZA CITY (Ma’an) -- A Palestinian politician said Tuesday that parties in Gaza reject an Israeli proposal to implement a truce deal in two stages.

Palestinian People's Party official Walid al-Awad said Israel is asking for a halt to rockets for 48 hours in exchange for stopping airstrikes as a first stage of a truce deal.

In the second stage, Israel promised to study factions' other demands, including lifting the blockade, stopping all military operations, and ending the targeting of Palestinian fishermen off Gaza's coast, al-Awad said.

The politician said Israel's two-stage proposal will only afford it more time to assassinate Hamas leaders. The current bombardment of Gaza was sparked by Israel's killing of a top Hamas military official.

The two stages must be implemented at the same time, al-Awad said.
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1 ) Amira / Canada
20/11/2012 23:08
To Gaza resistance movement: Victory to you!

2 ) Joe / Malaysia
21/11/2012 08:46
Hamas must not give in or this cycle will continue every other years but guaranteed every 4 years before elections. As it is Israel is fearful of engagement and get high casualties and relies only F16s. The world should not let Israel get away with murder and USA should also be fully condemn for all the weapons given free to Israel to murder other people. No one can imprison an entire population which is 100% unacceptable to anyone in the world. That Israeli must taste defeat as in Lebanon
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