Masha'al not rushing to Cairo despite Egypt's request

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March 15, 2009 20:12

 
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Khaled Masha'al is not hurrying to travel to Cairo, despite an Egyptian request on Sunday evening that the Damascus-based Hamas leader arrive in the country, Channel 2 reported. According to the report, Egyptian officials asked that Masha'al arrive in Cairo in order to assist in the negotiations regarding captive IDF soldier Gilad Schalit as well as in the Palestinian reconciliation talks.

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