Egypt asks Israel to refrain from attacking mosques

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January 2, 2009 10:18

 
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Egypt has asked Israel to refrain from striking mosques in the Gaza Strip, even if they were believed to contain weaponry, Israel Radio reported Friday morning. According to the Egyptians, attacking mosques could incite the Arab world. In addition, Hamas benefits from such attacks, which it uses in its propaganda as evidence of Israel's attack on Muslim values, they said.

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