Cabinet discussion ended, decisions were taken – report

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March 15, 2019 01:00
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The cabinet meeting held to discuss Israeli responses to the two rockets fired on Israel from the Gaza Strip on Thursday ended on Thursday night, Arutz Sheva reported.

An unnamed government source said decisions were made but didn’t divulge further details. Hamas, Islamic Jihad, and PFLP all publicly said they were not the parties responsible for the rockets .

Hams said it will investigate the incident and punish those responsible for acting against the "consensus of the factions” in Gaza.



 

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