(Worthy News) - Egypt's and UN's mediation efforts led to a cease-fire between Israel with Hamas Tuesady, a decision disputed by several Cabinet ministers.
For seven hours, cabinet ministers discussed a possible ceasefire with Hamas. At the end of the meeting it was decided, without a vote, to accept the recommendation of the defense establishment, and agree to the cease-fire proposal of the Egyptian mediators.
However, some claim that the prime minister "imprisoned" them for many hours, and engineered the discussion so he could achieve the outcome he was interested in from the start, but fearing politically harm, he created the impression that he attains all ministers' support. [ Source: YNet News (Read More...) ]
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