'Hamas won't give Israel a reason to attack Gaza'

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January 13, 2011 15:57

 
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Hamas would ensure that a truce on will be protected, a minister told AFP on Thursday.

"The national understanding among the factions means they won't give Israel any reason to make war on Gaza," he said. "The government will protect this understanding because we don't want another tragedy to befall the Palestinian people."

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