July 15, 2014

Egypt Ceasefire Proposal Corners Hamas

Avi Issacharoff, Times of Israel

The Associated Press

Either the Islamists accept near-humiliating terms, or they risk isolation and a stepped-up Israeli military assault.

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TAGGED: Egypt, Hamas, Israel, Gaza

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