Hamas Asks Egypt to Allow More Fuel into Gaza
Thursday July 19, 2012 15:15 by Kelly Joiner - 1 of International Middle East Media Center Editorial Group & Agencies
On Wednesday, Hamas urged Egypt’s new president to defy the Israeli siege on Gaza and allow more fuel to enter the area, according to Ma’an news.
During a demonstration in the Gaza Strip, Hamas’ Ismail Radwan commented that the Arab community has a responsibility to support the people of Gaza with humanitarian aid. He also added that the international community should be working harder to end the blockade, now in its sixth year, by increasing pressure on Israel.
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