Benjamin Netanyahu rejects five-day ‘ceasefire-hostages’ deal with Gaza

Breaking News: The Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu has now officially rejected the five-day ceasefire hostages deal with Gaza. They have rejected the deal in exchange for releasing some hostages held early in the war. This is one of the biggest shocking news regarding the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas. PM rejected this deal on 9th November 2023, Thursday. This deal came in the case of exchange for releasing some of the hostages who were held at the start of this war. Now to learn everything regarding this war, read this article till the end and do not miss anything.

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On 9th November 2023, Benjamin Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of Israel, rejected the three-day ceasefire deal with the Palestinian military groups in the Gaza Strip. This deal was in exchange for releasing some hostages who were held at the start of this war. According to some sources, the negotiation started with the Israeli ground invasion which was started after 27th October 2023. Then Netanyahu officials took the hard line on the proposals which involved the ceasefire in return for the hostages. This ground invasion started after fighters from Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and some other Gaza-based organizations crossed the border fence of the dividing area from Israeli towns and Kibbutzim. It has been reported that approx 240 people were taken hostage.

The families who were detained in Gaza staged a demonstration outside the residence of the Prime Minister of Israel at the start of this week. This has demonstrated the growing public outrage and they also demanded that Israel should give hostage talks a top priority. It has been claimed that the original deal involved the freeing of women, children, older people, and sick people in exchange for the five-day ceasefire. Continue reading.

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Now if we look at the Israel-Hamas war live update, The President of the United States, Joe Biden has officially informed us that Israel has now agreed to allow the four hours of humanitarian pause every single day in the combat operation that is happening in the Gaza Strip. But on the other hand, it has been claimed that the PM of Israel has rejected the claim. On 9th November 2023, Thursday almost 80,000 people fled northern Gaza because the forces of Israel had intensified their attacks against the terrorists of Hamas in the entire region. On this Israel has officially stated that the forces have captured the Hamas in northern Gaza after the battle of approximately 10 hours which happened on Thursday.

Prakash Israni
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