“Israel” withdraws from Gaza ceasefire negotiations in Doha

Palestine

Published: 2024-03-26 12:54

Last Updated: 2024-04-14 06:55


Mossad Chief David Barnea, the head of the "Israeli" delegation sent to Doha, Qatar for ceasefire negotiations. (File photo)
Mossad Chief David Barnea, the head of the "Israeli" delegation sent to Doha, Qatar for ceasefire negotiations. (File photo)

“Israel” has recalled its negotiating team from Doha, Qatar claiming that Hamas rejected a compromise brokered by the United States - according to Hebrew media.

A statement issued by the office of the “Israeli” Prime Minister Benjamin Netnayahu says that Hamas’ position is a “clear proof” that they are not interested in the negotiations.

“Hamas once again rejected any American compromise proposal and repeated its extreme demands: an immediate end to the war, a complete withdrawal of the IDF from the Gaza Strip and remaining in power so that it could repeat the massacre of October 7 again and again, as it had promised to do” - the statement said.

“Israel will not submit to the delusional demands of Hamas,” it added.

It reiterated its willingness in prolonging the aggression against the Gaza Strip, saying that they “will continue to act to achieve all the goals of the war: to release all the abductees, to destroy the military and governmental capabilities of Hamas and to ensure that Gaza will no longer pose a threat to Israel,” according to the statement.

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