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Monday, November 26, 2012
Once again, Hamas police encouraged to keep Gazans away from border line

Israeli soldiers shot dead a Palestinian man on Friday after he approached
the Gaza "no-go" border area. The man believed under the terms of the Gaza
ceasefire that he was able to go up to the heavily patrolled fence.

Alarmed by the prospect of the truce failing, Egypt encouraged Hamas police
to be deployed along the border line to keep Gazans away and prevent further
violence. In fact, Egypt is expected to be the guarantor for the Palestinian
side, i.e. Hamas, and the United States for Israel.

Palestinian and Israeli delegations in Cairo to reinforce ceasefire
Egyptian Intelligence to delegate Gaza ceasefire and aim to ease the move of
goods through check points
Ahmed Eleiba , Monday 26 Nov 2012
http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/1/64/59211/Egypt/Politics-/Palestinian-and-Israeli-delegations-in-Cairo-to-re.aspx

Egypt has received on Monday delegations from both the Palestinian and
Israeli side to "buttress truce." The Palestinian delegation is headed by
Ziyad Zaza, Hamas' Deputy Prime Minister.

Talks sponsored by Egyptian Intelligence will deal mainly with intricacies
of the deal signed between the two parties last week.

"This is the second phase of the agreement in which we are supposed to lay
down the mechanism for implementing the deal," said Ambassador Alaa Osman in
a telephone call from Ramallah.

Discussions will focus on easing the siege and facilitating the move of
goods through crossing points. The Gaza Strip has four commercial crossings
with Israel that used to operate before 2006.

An Egyptian official told Reuters that Cairo would also urge both sides to
cement their commitments to the ceasefire agreement.

Israeli soldiers shot dead a Palestinian man on Friday after he approached
the Gaza "no-go" border area. The man believed under the terms of the Gaza
ceasefire that he was able to go up to the heavily patrolled fence.

Alarmed by the prospect of the truce failing, Egypt encouraged Hamas police
to be deployed along the border line to keep Gazans away and prevent further
violence. In fact, Egypt is expected to be the guarantor for the Palestinian
side, i.e. Hamas, and the United States for Israel.

The Egyptian-brokered ceasefire came into effect last Wednesday, ending
hostilities between the two sides that cost the lives of 167 Palestinians
and six Israelis.

However, the text of the truce stipulates that issues such as access to
borders, free movement for Gazans, and the transfer of goods would be dealt
with "after 24 hours."

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