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Egyptian Court's Decision to Ban Hamas Activities

Press Statement Issued by the Gaza Interior Ministry in Gaza Concerning Egyptian Court's Decision to Ban Hamas Activities

5th March 2014

The Interior Ministry affirms that the Egyptian court's decision is against the principles of Arabism, nation, and the history of Egypt.

The Gaza Ministry of the Interior and National Security deplores the Cairo court's decision in Egypt banning Hamas activity, and the confiscation of its headquarters.

The Interior Ministry considers the decision is against the Palestinian people and their brave resistance.

This decision is also against the principles of Arabism, nation, and history of Egypt in supporting the Palestinian cause.

The Interior Ministry emphasizes that the judgment supports the Zionist enemy in targeting our people, and calls on the Egyptian authorities to freeze this resolution, and make a clear decision to lift the blockade imposed on Palestinian enclave.

ENDS

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