Netanyahu rejects French-Qatari cease-fire plan
The prime minister read the document quickly and rejected it out of hand, saying it does not guarantee other militant organizations in Gaza, apart from Hamas, will stop firing rockets at Israel.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has turned down a French-Qatari proposal for a cease-fire with Hamas in the Gaza Strip. Netanyahu told French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius on Sunday that Israel was not interested in French or Qatari involvement because he did not want to derail Egypt's mediation efforts.
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