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Hamas: Continuing Negotiation – As Rockets Fire at Israel

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A Hamas spokesperson (who hasn’t yet been executed by his bosses) said that Hamas is continuing to negotiate in Cairo with Israel,according to a report on Nana10.

The spokesperson said that Hamas has not agreed to extend the cease fire for another 72 hours as Egypt requested, but they will continue to talk.

Other members of the Gaza contingent have expressed pessimism on whether the talks will continue or not.

Hamas has not yet claimed responsibility for this morning’s barrage of rockets.

There is no news yet of any Israeli military response, at all, to the rockets launched at Israel this morning.

Update: 9:57am Israel attacks northern Gaza (finally) – Walla from Arab sources.

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22 Responses to “Hamas: Continuing Negotiation – As Rockets Fire at Israel”

  1. Pearl harbor all over again…

  2. bomb the **** out of gaza…..show the world that THEY broke the ceasefire…..and destroy hamas

  3. Hahahaaa….negotiate with you rockets????

  4. Save our own children

  5. Jimmy Carter. …why all this publicity for an old fool. ..

  6. Isaac Kim says:

    Bad decision to talk with the terrorists…

  7. Isaac Kim says:

    Bad decision to talk with the terrorists…

  8. Screw them. Kill them. Hamas is evil.

  9. Screw them. Kill them. Hamas is evil.

  10. I wish Gaza would boycott Israeli goods, but that’s what feeds them.

  11. I wish Gaza would boycott Israeli goods, but that’s what feeds them.

  12. Our team left Cairo at 7:00 AM this morning, it’s all over.

  13. Geela Gordon says:

    hamas plays dirty they need be destroyed

  14. Geela Gordon says:

    hamas plays dirty they need be destroyed

  15. Vicki Spaan says:

    Don’t believe Hamas. Finish them off! I will always support Israel’s right to defend herself. I do not believe any nation should interfere with Israel’s decisions. Many, many, many Americans are on Israel’s side. Politicians who don’t respect this will not be in office much longer. I support Israel’s actions 100%. Keep up the good work (all branches of Israel Defense Forces including the IDF Canine Unit). The war may be over, but the guarding of Israel and the rebuilding is not. This is a spiritual battle, and Israel has the supernatural advantage. Watch for God’s miracles on behalf of God’s chosen people. God’s miracles for His chosen people are and will be everywhere. The Lord God Almighty is on Israel’s side PERIOD. She was (and will alway be) guaranteed to win. I am praying unceasingly for each of you (in IDF) and in Israel. … I also support Prime Minister Netanyahu. Most importantly I am praying for Peace in Jerusalem! I am even praying for peace in the entire Middle East. Shalom!

  16. I hope Israel makes sure there’s no Hamas left to negotiate with anymore very soon.

  17. Sue Waller says:

    I stand with Israel.

  18. Chuck Dawson says:

    After Hamas, may the people of the New Gaza be Jewish only.

  19. Joanne Adams says:

    WHY do this so called negotiations?? Waste of time. Get the job done!

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