Abbas calls on armed groups to halt rocket fire

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June 20, 2006 15:25

 
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Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas called Tuesday on armed Palestinian groups to stop firing rockets against Israel, warning that they would be responsible for any Israeli retaliation, an official said. "President Abbas called on all military groups in Gaza to stop launching rockets at Israel and to fully comply with the truce with Israel," said Abbas aide Nabil Abu Rdeneh. "President Abbas holds any group and any faction that violates the truce fully responsible for the destruction and demolitions and victims that will result because of any Israeli imminent aggression," he continued.

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