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Clinton arrives in Jerusalem, Gaza truce remains elusive

Hillary Clinton Arrives In Israel

By Dan Williams
JERUSALEM, Nov 20 (Reuters) – The United States signalled on  Tuesday that a Gaza truce could take days to achieve after  Hamas, the Palestinian enclave’s ruling Islamist militants,  backed away from an assurance that it and Israel would stop  exchanging fire within hours.
“In the days ahead the United States will work with our  partners here in Israel and across the region toward an outcome  that bolsters security for the people of Israel, improves  conditions for the people of Gaza and moves toward a  comprehensive peace for all people of the region,” U.S.  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in Jerusalem.
Clinton spoke after Hamas said an Egyptian-brokered truce  deal that it had expected to be in place by Tuesday night was  delayed because Israel has not responded to proposals.
Israel launched a Gaza air offensive a week ago to counter  the threat of cross-border guerrilla rockets and has massed  troops and tanks in a threat to escalate to a ground war.
“If there is a possibility of achieving a long-term solution  to this problem with diplomatic means, we prefer that,” Israeli  Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said alongside Clinton, who  will travel to Cairo on Wednesday.
“But if not, I’m sure you understand that Israel will have  to take whatever action is necessary to defend its people.”

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