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Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel, summons his security team to study a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip

The Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, has called a meeting of the main security commands to study, among other things, a proposal for a ceasefire that ends the crossing of attacks on both sides of the border of the Gaza Strip , a hypothesis that Hamas has also suggested in recent hours. Netanyahu has in recent days refused any minimal concessions to Palestinian militias over the Gaza Strip, insisting that he would not authorize the cessation of military operations until all objectives had been achieved and Israel’s security was guaranteed. . The mere possibility of a truce has generated all kinds of comments and this Thursday the Defense Minister, Benny Gantz, stressed that the Defense Forces are “ready and willing to expand the operation if necessary.” In this sense, he has highlighted the importance of bombings against military infrastructures, according to The Times of Israel. For his part, the opposition leader Yair Lapid, who is in charge of forming a government after the previous failure of Netanyahu, has pointed out that Israel “cannot ignore” the express request of the president of the United States, Joe Biden, for there to be a halt. the fire. He has warned that Israel will need the United States in “challenges greater than Gaza,” alluding to other open fronts in the region. On the part of Hamas, one of its leaders, Musa Abu Marzuk, has spoken, who has stated in statements to the Lebanese network Al Mayadin that there may be a ceasefire “in a day or two,” reports the DPA news agency. “I believe that the current efforts will be successful,” he added.At least 230 Palestinians have been killed in Israeli attacks on the Strip, while on the other side of the border there are already a dozen deaths from projectiles fired from the coastal territory, controlled by Hamas since 2007.

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