a2df9114aa0169553f3fa68c598966ba485ec0de copyGaza’s Hamas premier Ismail Haniya warned Israel on Sunday it would pay dearly if it heeded its foreign minister’s call to reoccupy the Palestinian enclave to try to halt rocket attacks. “We tell the enemy and (Foreign Minister Avigdor) Lieberman who is threatening to reoccupy Gaza that the time for your threats is over,” Haniya told a rally in Gaza City. “Any aggression or crime or stupidity you commit will cost you a very high price.” On March 12, during a two-day flare-up in which Gaza militants fired at least 60 rockets into Israel and the Israelis responded with dozens of air strikes, Lieberman said Israel would have no choice but to reoccupy Gaza, from which it withdrew all troops and settlers in summer 2005. “There is no alternative to a full reoccupation of the entire Gaza Strip,” he told Channel 2 television. MORE