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Gaza crisis: 'There was never a ceasefire' - Fatah spokesman

1 August 2014 Last updated at 16:44 BST

A spokesman for Fatah, who form the Palestinian government alongside Hamas, has denied that there ever was a ceasefire in Gaza.

Dr Husam Zomlot accused the Israeli army of deliberately targeting civilians and launching attacks which have resulted in "entire neighbourhoods being obliterated".

He also accused Mark Regev and the Israeli government of "deceit" and claimed they are using the media to propagate their version of events in Gaza.

Israel blamed Hamas for the collapse of the planned 72-hour truce.

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