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Haneyya: We will not allow the return of security chaos
Haneyya: We will not allow the return of security chaos
Palestinian premier Ismail Haneyya has said that his government would never allow the return of security chaos to the Gaza Strip, adding that the execution of convicted agents and criminals came to preserve the Palestinian society.
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Saturday, July 3,2010 23:35

Haneyya, addressing a tribal conciliation in Gaza on Friday, said that his government was keen on maintaining social security, noting that it managed to solve numerous complicated cases including murder.

The premier asked all families to put an end to their differences through the courts and concerned parties.

Citizens in Gaza Strip are in need of security and stability after suffering a lot from the previous state of security mess that prevailed in previous years, Haneyya underlined.

tags: Haneyya / Gaza Strip / Palestinian Society / Atribal Conciliation / Social Security / Concerned Parties
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