Naziyahu: ”Gaza deal must allow Israel to keep fighting”

Posted by: John Phoenix

Nazi PM statement comes after Hamas accepted a key part of a ceasefire proposal

Gaza deal must allow Israel to keep fighting – Netanyahu

Nazi PM Naziyahu. 

‘Any potential ceasefire deal in Gaza must allow Israel to resume fighting until all of its war objectives are met,’ PM Netanyahu said on Sunday. One of the main goals repeatedly voiced by the PM is the complete elimination of the Hamas militant group.

Naziyahu’s statement comes after Hamas approved a US proposal for a phased ceasefire deal, dropping a key demand for the Nazi entity to first commit to a permanent ceasefire before signing the deal, according to a Reuters source.

Hamas expects to end hostilities through talks during the first six-week phase of the deal aimed at settling the conflict in Gaza, the outlet said.

However, the Palestinian militant group wants written guarantees from international mediators that the Nazi entity will continue to negotiate a permanent ceasefire when the first phase of the deal comes into effect. The hostage issue will also be addressed after the first phase is implemented.

Hamas officials have said they are awaiting Nazi’s regime response to the latest proposal. Naziyahu insisted on Sunday, however, that any deal must “allow Israel to go back to fighting until all the goals of the war are achieved.”

According to media reports, Naziyahu was scheduled to hold consultations on the next steps, but his latest statement has hindered the deal’s momentum.

“The plan that has been agreed-to by Israel and which has been welcomed by President Biden will allow Israel to return hostages without infringing on the other objectives of the war,” Naziyahu insisted.

Talks mediated by Qatar, Egypt and the US have so far failed to secure a truce in Gaza or the release of hostages since a weeklong ceasefire in November resulting in the freeing of 105 hostages from Gaza and 240 Palestinian prisoners.

Over 38,150 people have been killed so far and more than 87,800 others have been wounded in Nazi attacks on the Palestinian enclave, according to Gaza’s health ministry.

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