Netanyahu announced the end of the war in Gaza: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced a strategic temporary ceasefire in Gaza to allow humanitarian aid to enter and the release of hostages held by Hamas.
In an interview with US television ABC News on Monday (November 6), Netanyahu was asked who would rule Gaza after the war, saying, “I think Israel will be in charge of security in Gaza indefinitely, because we’ve seen what happened to us with insecurity.” . Reuters news
However, Netanyahu said that Israel will not go to a cease-fire in Gaza unless all the hostages held by Hamas are released. After attacking Israel on October 7, Israel launched a fierce air attack on Gaza to eliminate Hamas. 10,000 innocent Palestinians have been killed so far. Most of them are women and children.
Last month, 1,400 people were killed in Israel by Hamas attacks. 250 people were taken hostage. Meanwhile, after Israel launched an attack on Gaza, the international community has been calling on both sides to stop fighting. In this case, Israel says that those held hostage by Hamas must be released. On the other hand, Hamas says that Israel’s attack on Gaza must stop.
Netanyahu said, “We are not going to a ceasefire, there will be no ceasefire unless the hostages are released.” Gaza will be temporarily suspended for humanitarian aid and the movement of people. It could be an hour.
Netanyahu announced the end of the war in Gaza
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