Haniyeh: Gaza blockade is in its final moments

June 26, 2010 23:07


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Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh announced Saturday that Hamas would not pay any price to remove Israel's blockade on Gaza and that he believes that the blockade is entering its final moments, Israel Radio cited from an interview with Saudi website Al-Islam Al-Yom.

"Many have sought to use the blockade to weaken Hamas' popularity and undermine its rule, or to end its struggle with Israel and recognize her. These efforts have failed," said Haniyeh.

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