Haneyya urges Erdogan to help in Gaza reconstruction

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    GAZA, (PIC)-- Palestinian premier in Gaza Ismail Haneyya has urged his Turkish counterpart Recep Erdogan to contribute in Gaza reconstruction and to work for lifting the blockade on the coastal enclave.

    Haneyya, in a message carried by a Palestinian government delegation visiting Ankara, hailed the Turkish governmentÂ’s support for the Palestinian people.

    The government delegation grouping Mohammed Askool, the cabinet secretary, and Yousef Rezka, the advisor to Haneyya, is on a foreign tour to rally support for the Palestinian cause and to open new horizons for cooperation with the Palestinian government.

    Haneyya urges Erdogan to help in Gaza reconstruction
     
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    abu afak ALLAH SNACKBAR!

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    You put up this 'Palestine-info' PROPAGANDA CRAP every day.

    I never want to hear you Whining about sources you Hypocritical IDIOT.

    This is just PalestinKian SPAM, as the website itself will tell you on it's 'about us' page
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    OK, so?
     
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    Indeed, it's about time palistooni brethren in faith 'n blood pick their tab up and start washing their money down that toilet of gazastan.
     

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