Gaza groups: Will stop firing rockets to prevent invasion

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January 12, 2011 23:13

 
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The leaders of several Palestinian armed groups in Gaza on Wednesday told Hamas that they will stop firing rockets into Israeli territory in order to prevent an Israeli invasion, Reuters reported.

An official in the talks said that the "factions agreed to "recommit to the national understanding to stop rocket firing," as long as Israel does not conduct any more air strikes or other attacks on Gaza, according to the report.

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