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Israel – Hamas: News from today's war

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In the Wall Street Journal, Netanyahu spoke of the “three preconditions for peace.”

“Destroying Hamas, demilitarizing Gaza, and deradicalizing Palestinian society as a whole”: these are the “three prerequisites for peace” outlined by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in an op-ed published by the Wall Street Journal. “The United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany and many other countries support Israel’s intention to dismantle the terrorist group. To achieve this, its military capabilities must be destroyed and its political control over Gaza must end.” Second, Israel must also ensure that Gaza is “never again used as a base from which to attack” Israel. “Among other things, this will require the establishment of a temporary security zone on the Gaza perimeter and an inspection mechanism on the Gaza-Egypt border that meets Israel’s security needs and prevents the smuggling of weapons into the Strip.”

Netanyahu: “We are paying a very high price for the war, but we have no other choice.”

In light of the assumption that the Palestinian Authority will take over the administration of Gaza after the war, Netanyahu points out that “the expectation that the Palestinian Authority will disarm Gaza is just a pipe dream.” He accuses the Palestinian Authority of “currently financing and glorifying terrorism in Judea and Samaria and teaching Palestinian children to seek the destruction of Israel.” “Schools should teach children to love life rather than death, and imams should stop preaching to kill Jews.” “Palestinian civil society must transform so that its people support the fight against terrorism rather than funding it.” “Maybe this will require courageous and moral leadership,” Netanyahu adds, attacking Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who “failed even to condemn the atrocities committed on October 7.”

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