Muslim Brotherhood's presidential candidate Mohamed Morsi
The Gaza Strip's governing Hamas on Sunday welcomed the victory of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt's presidential vote, saying its ideological ally's success would help the Palestinian cause.
Detect high-level Egyptian official about his country's intention processing a practical plan for presentation to the Arab Monitoring Committee at its next meeting concerning the siege of the Gaza Strip and crises experienced by many years.
With regard to the truce in the Gaza Strip, an Egyptian official said in an interview to the correspondent description in Cairo Monday that his country will be watching the second truce announcement closely, and will try every possible way, and install calm in the sector and return the situation to what it was six days ago. "
The official said: "The validity of truce purely Palestinian interest," asserting that there is an intention Israeli "malicious" to the rolling conditions of the Gaza Strip for a new war.
He called on the Egyptian official Palestinian and Israeli sides to abide by all the terms of the truce, and to stop Israeli military escalation and to prevent rocket attacks on Israeli targets adjacent to the Gaza Strip.
He noted that the situation in the Gaza Strip can not afford another war, stressing that his country would stand beside the Palestinian ranks, and will defend his rights and will prevent any future war on the people of the besieged Gaza Strip.
It was announced yesterday in Egypt Party candidate win freedom and justice emanating from the Muslim Brotherhood d. Mohamed Morsi, headed by Egypt, defeating the last prime minister under ousted President Ahmed Shafik