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Benjamin Netanyahu warned that there will be no agreement with Hamas until the terrorists modify their truce proposal

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Benjamin Netanyahu warned that there will be no agreement with Hamas until the terrorists modify their truce proposal

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejects Hamas’ demands for a truce in Gaza and insists that negotiations will only advance if the terrorist group changes its demands. The office of the Prime Minister made this statement on Wednesday, reporting that Israel did not receive any new proposal from Hamas in Cairo regarding the release of Israeli hostages.

The absence of an Israeli delegation in the negotiations in Cairo, which continued on Wednesday, was confirmed by Egyptian sources. Netanyahu’s office stated that Israel will not give in to Hamas’s “delusional demands.”

High-level meetings, including CIA Director William Burns and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al Sisi, have been aimed at achieving intensive coordination until a new truce is reached. The United States has expressed satisfaction with the constructive and positive direction of the negotiations being held in Cairo.

The main sticking point remains the number of prisoners that Hamas is asking Israel to release in exchange for the release of the remaining Israeli hostages. Relatives of the kidnapped have announced protests in front of the Ministry of Defense in Tel Aviv, calling Israel’s lack of cooperation a “death sentence” for their loved ones.

Additionally, relatives of Israelis held by Hamas and already released hostages visited the International Criminal Court to demand action against leaders of the terrorist group. They called for justice for the hostages and their families, pointing to crimes including genocide, hostage-taking, forced disappearance, sexual violence, and torture.

The Israeli Army has pledged to continue working to rescue all the hostages held by Hamas in Gaza, following the successful rescue of two Israelis of Argentine origin in the first military operation. Lieutenant General Herzi Halevi emphasized the determination to bring home the remaining 134 hostages and stated that the military operations in Gaza will not stop until their mission is complete.

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