Israel poses tough opening terms for talks with Hamas

European sources trying to get Israel-Hamas talks underway reported Monday that Israel had posed tough terms for sitting down at the table for ceasefire talks with the radical Palestinian organization which rules the Gaza Strip. Those sources disclose that Israel’s take-or-leave-it stipulations were that Hamas stop digging tunnels for terrorist attacks, and halt self-production in the Gaza Strip of various types of rockets and artillery, including mortars. They also report that Hamas leaders are locked in a dispute between the pro-Iran and the pro-Saudi camps.

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