Hamas ‘needs to cease rocket fire,’ says Israeli ambassador
17 May 2021 | 3:24 pm
Jeremy Issacharoff, Israel's ambassador to Germany, told DW that Hamas initiated the current deadly exchange between Israel and Gaza, and called on the organization to stop firing rockets.
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