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Ministry of Interior reopens Gaza offices
Published Saturday 16/08/2014 18:10
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GAZA CITY (Ma'an) -- The Ministry of Interior's offices in the Gaza Strip reopened Saturday after being closed throughout the Israeli offensive, an official said.

The manager of the ministry's administration and finance departments, Ahed Hamada, said that the ministry would be open until the end of the five-day ceasefire on Tuesday.

Hamada added that the ministry would exempt some residents who were injured during the offensive from paying fees for civil status transactions.
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1 ) David / USA
17/08/2014 17:45
How magnanimous of Hamas to exempt some residents who were injured during the offensive that Hamas was responsible for! In other words, "We picked a fight with Israel, Israel thrashed us and you paid the price by getting killed and injured, so being the kind government you want, we're exempting from 'fees' only those families that provided soldiers to Hamas. Thank you and death to Israel!" (Go have more kids so we can use them in the next war.)
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