"Israel" and the Hamas-led provincial Gaza government agreed to a cease-fire. This was announced by Egyptian foreign minister Mohamed Kamel Amr at a joint press conference with American lesbian foreign minister Clinton in Cairo. Negotiations between jews and Palestinians were brokered by Egypt.
The truce is already in force. The leadership of Egypt stands as a guarantor.
Earlier, jewish thugs confirmed in an interview to Al Arabiya the information about the truce, but "Tel Aviv" refused to lift blockade of the Palestinian Gaza Province.
Later, the ringleader of the illegal jewish entity in Palestine, a Netanyahu, declared that his "Israel" agrees to "give a chance" to the Egyptian initiative for a ceasefire.
"Recently, Netanyahu spoke with Obama and agreed to his recommendation to give a chance to the Egyptian proposal for a ceasefire and thereby to grant an opportunity for stabilization and calm of the situation", jewish thugs from "israel" said.
Obama has already approved his agreement on a ceasefire.
"The president commended the prime minister for agreeing to the Egyptian ceasefire proposal, which the president recommended to the prime minster", a statement of obamists says.
At the same time, Obama claims the "Israel" presumably "maintains the right to defend its territory in case of an attack".
Meanwhile, according to jewish press, after the cease-fire had been announced in Cairo, dozens of missiles from treacherous jews hit the Province.
On Wednesday, the jewish aircraft and artillery bombed 50 peaceful sites in the Gaza Strip.
In response, Palestinians fired missiles at military jewish settlements. According to "Tel Aviv", as a result of this attack, 7 Jewish colonialists were wounded, in their Eshkol district alone. The jews always hide their fatalities.
Meanwhile, the leadership of the Muslim Brotherhood ruling Egypt has refused to support the initiative of Egyptian weapon supply to Hamas.
According to Egyptian paper Al-Ahram, one of the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, Khairat El-Shater previously spoke strongly against arming Hamas. According to him, the move would mean an alleged "declaration of war" on "Israel", and give the bloody jews a pretext "to legitimize the invasion of the Sinai Peninsula".
El-Shater said that Egypt should avoid the risk of a military confrontation with "Israel", allegedly because "the army of Egypt is not ready for such a confrontation".
In addition, he announced that Egyptian public supposedly has no consensus about possible confrontation with "Israel", which could lead to further unrest in the country. El-Shater did not explain whether the Muslim Brotherhood conducted special polls among the population or a referendum.
The Brotherhood's leader also threatened against active intervention in the war on the side of Hamas, saying "it will put Egypt in a bad light on international scene, as well as halt American aid which is much-needed for country's economy".
As a result, the leadership of the Muslim Brotherhood adopted a resolution recommending president Mursi to arrange a delivery to Gaza of food, medicine and essential goods, but not weapons.
Department of Monitoring