Egyptian delegation left the Gaza Strip

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
November 17, 2018 12:36
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The Egyptian Intelligence Service delegation that attempted to broker a cease-fire deal between Hamas and Israel left the Gaza strip on Saturday, ynet reported.

Earlier this week Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar argued that Israeli leadership made a mistake if it thought he and other Hamas leaders "will sell our blood for petrol and [US] dollars."

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