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UPDATED ON:
Monday, February 09, 2009 
19:40  Mecca time, 16:40  GMT     
 
News Middle East  
 
Mubarak hints at Hamas-Israel truce   
 
 
Mubarak, right, made his assessment on a Hamas-Israel truce after meeting 
Sarkozy [AFP]    A
longer-term ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, which holds de facto
control of the Gaza Strip, could come into effect as early as next
week, Egypt's president has said.
Hosni Mubarak's assessment came after he met Nicolas Sarkozy, his
French counterpart, amid ongoing Egyptian efforts to mediate a truce
following Israel's 22-day war on Gaza. "Perhaps next week," Mubarak said when 
asked by reporters in Paris about the chances of a more permanent ceasefire.
"We discussed the date when the situation could become calmer, maybe from next 
week."
Paris
and Cairo are seeking a more formal ceasefire for "a year, 18 months if
possible," a French official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said.
Gaza attacks
Israel announced a unilateral ceasefire on January 17 after a
ground, air and naval assault on Gaza had left 1,330 Palestinians dead,
more than one-third of them women and children.
Hamas declared its own cessation of hostilities against Israel a day
later. At least 13 Israelis, three of them civilians, died during the
war.
Israel's stated aim of the war on Gaza was to halt rocket fire by Palestinian 
fighters into Israeli territory.
Palestinians and human rights organisations said the Israeli attacks amounted 
to collective punishment of the Gazan population.
At least 40 rockets and mortar shells have been fired into Israel by
Palestinian rocket squads since the unilateral ceasefires were declared.
Israel has in the meantime launched several air and artillery raids on Gaza.
Egypt has been in contact with both Israel and Hamas in an attempt
to formulate a deal under which Hamas rocket attacks would cease in
return for a lifting of Israel's protracted economic blockade of Gaza.
A bilateral truce could also include an undertaking by Hamas to free
Gilad Shalit, an Israeli soldier captured in Gaza in June 2006.
Hamas expects Israel to agree to reporn crossing points into the
Gaza Strip "within the next few days", a Hamas official said on
Saturday.
Gaza's crossing points have been closed to all but essential
supplies by Israel since June 2007, when Hamas, which Israel deems to
be a "terrorist" organisation, pushed forces loyal to Mahmoud Abbas,
the Palestinian president, from the territory.  
 Source: Agencies   
 
 
      
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