Arab Times

GAZA CITY:

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The head of Gaza’s Islamist rulers Hamas left for Cairo on Sunday, sources in the movement said, a day before major protests are expected in the enclave over Washington’s controvers­ial Jerusalem embassy move.

Ismail Haniya passed through the Rafah crossing early Sunday and is expected to meet the head of Egypt’s security services, the sources said, as speculatio­n mounts that Egypt is seeking to negotiate a deal with Hamas to ease potential violence on Monday. (AFP)

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