World Bulletin / News Desk
The head of the Hamas government in Gaza, Ismail Haniyeh on Monday called on the Egyptian administration to "interfere against Israeli attacks".
In an official statement released on Monday, the Gaza administration said Haniyeh phoned the director of the Egyptian Intelligence Organization, Rafet Sehate, and requested from
Egypt to interfere so that Israeli attacks on Gaza end and Israel gets restrained from future attacks.
Rafet Sehate informed Haniyeh that Egypt will do its task on the issue.
The number of Israeli air attacks against Gaza has risen in recent days. Dozens of Palestinians have been killed due to Israeli air attacks on Gaza.
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