August 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);8/22/2011, Vol. 199 Issue 5159, p8
The article reports on the effort of Egypt to restore ceasefire between Israel and Palestine factions in the Gaza strip. According to reports, the president of the Hamas government in Gaza, Ismail Hanieh, states that the Egyptian Foreign Ministry and the Egyptian Intelligence Directorate are communicating with the Palestinian factions to return on the principle of truce. It is noted that Israel had accepted the suggestions on ceasefire but clarifies that it is only temporary.


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