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Chen | 23 August, 2013 | 一般 | (5 Reads)

 

"The Rafah crossing will reopen this Saturday for four hours daily, for humanitarian cases and Palestinians with foreign nationalities registration of company in Hong Kong," Maher Abu Sabha, director general of border crossing for the Islamist Hamas government, said in a statement on Thursday.

 

Egypt had "indefinitely" closed the Rafah crossing from the Hamas-ruled coastal enclave on August 15, citing security reasons behind the move a day after deadly violence nationwide Hong Kong Company Secretary.

 

The closure left hundreds of Palestinians stranded on both sides.

 

Hamas said the Egyptian decision followed pressure from Gaza prime minister Ismail Haniya and his government's foreign ministry.

 

On Saturday, Egypt had reopened Rafah to allow into its territory one busload of Palestinians with international passports and people in need of medical treatment how to register a business.

 

Hamas is allied with the Muslim Brotherhood of deposed Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi nuskin.