Report: PRC recant, say they offer truce

By AP, JPOST STAFF
November 25, 2006 22:53

 
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Palestinian terrorists will stop firing rockets at Israel at 6 a.m. Sunday if Israel agrees to halt all military operations in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, a spokesman for a military faction said Saturday. "We have set 6 a.m. tomorrow morning to stop firing rockets toward Zionist towns in our occupied land in return for a mutual cessation of the aggression committed against our people," said Abu Mujahed, spokesman for the Popular Resistance Committees, an ally of the Palestinians' ruling Hamas group. Abu Mujahed's statement directly contradicted an earlier statement by the PRC, in which the group refused to join any ceasefire in exchange for a halt to IDF operations in Gaza.

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