Smoke rises after an Israeli missile strike hit Gaza City July 21, 2014. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)
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Abu Dhabi has accused the Al-Jazeera TV channel and websites close to Qatar of "fabricating" information suggesting UAE supported Israel's attack in Gaza, in the latest tensions between both countries.Islamist movement Hamas, the main power in Gaza -- where two weeks of deadly violence has left more than 500 Palestinians, most of them civilians, and 18 Israeli soldiers killed -- is linked to the Muslim Brotherhood.Saudi Arabia has designated the Muslim Brotherhood a "terrorist" organization, and the UAE has cracked down on Islamist activists on its soil.On June 27, the United Arab Emirates arrested two Qatari citizens described as "spies" by Emirati media.
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