RAMALLAH, April 3 (JMCC) - Hamas
officials in the Gaza Strip
are seeking to instill calm amidst rising violence this week, reports the Washington Post
Ismail Haniyeh, Hamas's prime minister in Gaza, on Friday asked the international community to intervene to prevent an escalation of hostilities. He urged Palestinian groups in the Gaza Strip to coordinate their activities, suggesting that different factions should not unilaterally provoke Israel with rocket attacks.Read
If rockets are a response to Israeli aggression, then they are a legal right. But in some cases, if we know we are going to pay a high price for it, for sure this tool should be reconsidered, Ayman Taha, a Hamas spokesman, said in an interview in his office in Gaza on Wednesday.
the entire article from the Washington Post