'Hamas is trying to create a humanitarian crisis'

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June 27, 2007 09:42

 
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A security source said that Hamas was trying to create a humanitarian crisis in Gaza, which was why it was consistently trying to target border crossings, Israel Radio reported. The source added that Hamas's objective was to generate international pressure on Israel. Security sources said that Gazans had an 80-day supply of food, water and fuel.

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