Barak says Israel open to Gaza ceasefire with Hamas

By REUTERS
April 10, 2011 08:07

 
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Defense Minister Ehud Barak said on Sunday that Jerusalem was willing to accept a mutual ceasefire with Hamas in Gaza after days of deadly violence.

"If they stop firing on our communities, we will stop firing. If they stop firing in general, it will be quiet, it will be good," Barak told Israel Radio.

The death toll since Israel launched its retaliation for an attack on a school bus that critically wounded a teenager on Thursday has climbed to 19 Palestinian terrorist operatives and civilians.

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