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Friday, November 23, 2012

Reminds Israel that the Palestinians will attack if there is a violation of the truce


Palestinians and Israelis on both sides of the border in the Gaza Strip tried to return to normal, but the tension is still present : the Israeli Defense Minister, Ehud Barak , warned that extremists attack in Gaza if they break the current truce"If (the truce) does not hold, we would know what to do," he told Israel Radio, said that while the ceasefire can last "nine months or nine weeks." The truce in force from 19:00 GMT on Wednesday, is met by now except for a few shots Palestinians that took place in the hours after the start of the measure. No damage, injuries, or retaliation by Israel to these rockets. Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and Israel lived Thursday its first morning quiet in eight days , while Israeli schools near the border remained closed and authorities urged caution to the population. It reported an incident when a Palestinian woman stabbed an Israeli border police in eastern Jerusalem . The officer was slightly injured and the woman was detained for questioning, police said. In the Gaza Strip the Palestinians spent the morning visiting friends or relatives in hospitals or wounded studying the damage they have caused the Israeli attacks. In the afternoon, witnesses said, life was returning to normal people and the movement of cars in the streets, while some shops reopened the doors. Some residents tried to make collection of products , something they could not do during the air strikes, which Israel undertook to end the continued firing of rockets from Gaza. Also it was learned the last two fatalities on both sides . Rescuers found today the body of a four year old girl in the rubble of a house in Gaza City, bombed by Israel, said Ashraf Al Qedara , Health Ministry spokesman in Gaza. The discovery of the body of the little Raneen to Dalu increases to 164 the number of Palestinians killed, including 12 members of the Al Dalu, during the Israeli offensive. Also an Israeli soldier wounded in a mortar attack hours before the truce died today because of his injuries, a spokeswoman said Israeli military, bringing to six the number of fatalities in the country. Of these four were civilians and two soldiers. Meanwhile, Israeli forces arrested 55 Palestinians in the West Bank last night , according to sources on both sides. The move came after a wave of protests in that other Palestinian enclave against the Israeli offensive in Gaza. Among those arrested are members of Hamas and Islamic Jihad. The truce was announced by the Egyptian Foreign Minister, Mohamed Kamel Amr , and the U.S. secretary of state, Hillary Clinton , in Cairo. He put an end to the operation 'Defensive Pillar' of Israel, which began on November 14 with the targeted delivery of Hamas military leader. As part of the agreement, Israel must stop all operations in the Gaza Strip, both by land and sea and air. This includes targeted attacks against individuals. Meanwhile, Palestinian groups must cease all hostilities against Israel launched from the Gaza Strip, including rocket fire and attacks on the border. Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi , who played a key role in the truce was reached, canceled a planned trip to Pakistan to monitor the situation, state television reported. Mursi instructed his deputy, Mahmoud Mekki , to attend a summit of eight Muslim countries developing which starts today in Islamabad. "The president looks forward to follow the developments at home and strengthen the commitments of all parties to the ceasefire agreement in the Gaza Strip," said a statement from the presidential office. Meanwhile, in Lebanon the army dismantled a rocket launcher in the south apparently aimed at settlements in northern Israel. The army said it works with UN peacekeepers patrolling the area. The Arab League today pressed in turn by the lifting of the blockade of the Gaza Strip. "It is also important to implement the agreement article that deals with the lifting of the blockade on the Gaza Strip," said the secretary general of the League, Nabil al ArabiThe Arabs have to seize the opportunity, added Al Arabi, for whom a good time to resume the peace process. The third article of the truce established that 24 hours after the start of it should open the crossings, facilitating the transport of people and goods and not impede the freedom of movement of the inhabitants of the Gaza Strip and attack anyone in the border area.

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