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Benny Gantz in the USA sees Kamala Harris (behind Netanyahu): “International administration in Gaza with countries in the region”

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Benny Gantz in the USA sees Kamala Harris (behind Netanyahu): “International administration in Gaza with countries in the region”

Benny Gantz you take the scene a Washingtonmeet the American vice president Kamala Harris without the prime minister’s approval Benjamin Netanyahu and publicly presents his plans (shared with the White House) about the future in Gaza Strip. The leader of the National Unity Party Israeli, leading the polls, and member of the war cabinet takes a step towards overcoming the Netanyahu era and after the summit with Harris and the National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan asks to “establish ainternational administration” in the Strip “in cooperation with countries in the region and as part of the promotion of normalization processes“.

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A move that will not have pleased the most extremist members of the Government of National Accord, the ministers Itamar Ben-Gvir e Bezalel Smotrichwho ask for the all-out war in the Palestinian enclave, military occupation of it and full support to illegal settlementsbut not even to Netanyahu himself, who was overtaken by Gantz after being refused an interview with Joe Bidenwith whom relations are increasingly cold, without being able to afford to dump the ally of convenience.

The priorities of the new Gantz-US line is therefore to create an extraordinary administration of the Strip which will allow, after the defeat of Hamas, to manage the enclave until it is possible to leave it under the government of aPalestinian National Authority reformed giving priority, in this period, to the supplies of humanitarian aid to the population of Gaza. All of this, obviously, also aimed at release of the hostages Israelis still in the hands of Hamas. Harris assured that she and Joe Biden are “aligned and consistent from the beginning” on Israel’s right to defend itself but also on the fact that too many innocent Palestinian civilians have been killed, that more aid is needed and that the hostages must be freed.

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After America, where on Tuesday he will also meet the Secretary of State Antony BlinkenGantz will leave for Great Britain where he will meet the Foreign Minister in London David Cameron.

Talks stalled
Meanwhile, the international media report that the new interviews for the ceasefire, which has been underway for two days in Cairo between Hamas and the mediators of the USA and Qatar, yes interrupted to no avail: Israel’s delegates did not show up at the table on Saturday, accusing the Islamist group of not providing complete information on the hostages still alive. Version denied by high-level Egyptian sources to the state broadcaster Al Qahera that “there are difficulties, but the talks on Gaza continue”. Bassem Naim, a senior Hamas official, said he had presented a proposal to the mediators and was awaiting a response from Tel Aviv. At this point there are only a few days left to stop the fighting in time for the 10 Marchthe starting day of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting and prayer.

The Foreign Minister also spoke about the increasingly distant truce this morning Antonio Tajanispeaking in the Chamber before the vote on the mission of the Aspides in the Red Sea: “On a political-diplomatic level, it is essential to reach a sustainable ceasefire in Gaza. And this also to ease regional tensions. Italy calls for a prolonged and lasting pause in hostilities, leading to a sustainable ceasefire as also required by UN Security Council Resolutions 2712 and 2720,” she said. “There bread massacre” of February 29, with over one hundred Palestinians killed while crowding around aid trucks, “requires us to intensify efforts to reach a ceasefire as soon as possible. We asked Israel to rigorously ascertain the dynamics of the facts and the responsibilities”, added the deputy prime minister and head of the Farnesina.

For Tajani “it is essential to work for the rapid release of the hostages, but also to bring all the hostages to the Gaza Strip. food aid that is needed”, in order to avoid “an even more devastating humanitarian catastrophe”: for this reason he announces “a coordinated humanitarian initiative” called Food for Gaza. “I intend to meet at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs next week for an initial discussion with the Red Crescent and other organisations. The objective is to create a system to facilitate access to aid and alleviate the suffering of the population,” he explains.

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UN: “Convincing information on Hamas rapes”
After yesterday’s controversy between Israel and the United Nations over how the organization treated the report sent by Tel Aviv on the alleged Hamas rapes after the attack of October 7a report later released by the UN, a United Nations team states that there are “convincing information” that Israeli hostages held in Gaza were subjected to sexual violence by Hamas, including rape and gang rape in the October 7 attacks. For the UN, there are reasons to suspect that there are abuses still in progress. Israel’s Foreign Ministry said it welcomed the “definitive recognition that Hamas has committed sexual crimes“.

Hamas “reject” e “regrets” the report published by the United Nations. The “allegations” of rape and sexual violence committed by Hamas members during the attack are “false” e “unfounded“, and the UN report “does not cite any testimony from the victims,” Hamas said.

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