Tue, 04 Mar 2008 19:25:21
The Israeli regime is mulling over the reoccupation of the Gaza Strip amid military attacks against civilians in the coastal territory.
Israel’s foreign ministry told foreign diplomats that the regime would reoccupy Gaza even as it makes efforts to make peace with Palestinian Authority Chief Mahmoud Abbas.
Israel evacuated Gaza “not in order to come back, but we might find ourselves in a situation where we have no choice,” foreign minister Tzipi Livni told diplomats based in occupied Palestine on Tuesday.
On Sunday, Abbas called off talks with Israel to protest “an exceptionally high death toll” from Israel’s latest military incursion into Gaza.
Last week, Israel launched a large-scale military offensive on Gaza that killed more than 100 Palestinians.
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