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Egypt: Hamas could have saved dozens of lives with truce
Published Thursday 17/07/2014 (updated) 17/07/2014 22:45
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CAIRO (AFP) -- Egypt's foreign minister said Thursday that Hamas could have saved dozens of lives if it had accepted a Cairo-mediated truce earlier this week in its conflict with Israel.

"Had Hamas accepted the Egyptian proposal, it could have saved the lives of at least 40 Palestinians," Sameh Shoukri said, quoted by state news agency MENA.
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1 ) AKeenReader / UK
17/07/2014 23:47
Of Course because Egypt had done a secret deal with barbaric Jews. Egypt thinks that the world is full of fools but instead they are the ones.

2 ) One / Question
18/07/2014 04:42
Why would Hamas care about lost lives? They need to produced more pictures of the dead palestinian children to advance propaganda war. All Hamas leaders are hiding in bunkers and tunnels while regular palestinians are left to die under bombs. Hamas likes to tell that they are prepared for the war - why did not they prepare bunkers and bomb shelter for Gaza civilians?

3 ) Karen N-N / USA
18/07/2014 06:23
To AKeen Reader /UK When you want people to hear your, you speak in a way that makes understanding possible. Incendiary words such as barbaric negates any chance of your being heard.

4 ) Outlier / USA
18/07/2014 18:17
1., AKeen, it doesn't matter who talked to whom. The fact remains; lives could have been saved by a ceasefire.

5 ) ahmed / Canada
18/07/2014 23:10
Karen you are wrong AkeenReader has been heard. If you can't understand his post that's your problem but there other people understand it. Talk for yourself only!
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