Hamas to complain to UN against 'Zionist aggression'

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October 24, 2012 23:45

 
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The Hamas government announced Wednesday that it would complain to the UN against Israel's "new aggression" against the Gaza Strip.

The annoucement came following the government's weekly meeting in Gaza City.

It also came in wake of reports that Hamas and other terror groups have formed a joint operations room to coordinate their anti-Israel attacks.

"We condemn the Zionist aggression on the Gaza Strip, which has escalated in the last hours, and warn against the repercussions," said a spokesman for the Hamas government.

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