'Israel will regret reneging on Egyptian proposal'

January 15, 2007 10:23


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Israel will greatly regret reneging on an agreement to implement the Egyptian-proposed compromise for the release of kidnapped IDF soldier Gilad Shalit, member of the Hamas politburo Osama Al-Mizayne said Monday. According to Al-Mizayne, the number of prisoners that were demanded for Shalit's release will be doubled from this point on for all the future negotiations. Al-Mizayne added that senior officials who are working on the Shalit affair have no idea where the soldier is being kept.

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