Gaza official claims Israel agreed to "ease up" on Gaza

March 28, 2019 08:21
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A senior Palestinian official revealed details of an outline proposed by Egypt to militant factions in Gaza, according to which goods and products would be allowed into the Gaza Strip from Israel and Israel would allow the fishing area expanded. In return, Hamas and other Gaza based groups would call for a cessation of rocket attacks on Israeli population centers and less rioting along the border, Channel 13 news reported. 

Talal Abu Trifa, member of the political bureau of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine reported Thursday morning about a meeting held by the Egyptian security delegation with the leadership of Hamas and various Palestinian terrorist factions last night in Gaza. According to his report, Egypt announced that Israel is prepared to ease up on Gaza in exchange for quiet, stated Channel 13.

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