Israel Accepts Egyptian Mediation and Ceasefire, Demands Removal of Hamas Missile Stocks from Gaza

July 2014
Israel Faxx;7/14/2014, Vol. 22 Issue 142W, p4
The article informs that Binyamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel, has accepted proposal of Abdel-Fatah El-Siisi, President of Egypt, to mediate the halt of hostilities between Israel and the Palestinian Hamas faction ruling the Gaza Strip. It is noted that Netanyahu has also agreed to a ceasefire going to be effective from July 15, 2014 after conversations with Washington and Cairo.


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