Israel to take charge of Gaza security post-war — Netanyahu

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. (Photo: Twitter/X)
TEL AVIV — In an interview with American news network ABC on Monday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said “I think Israel will for an indefinite period…have the overall security responsibility because we’ve seen what happens when we don’t have that security responsibility” suggesting that Israel would manage Gaza’s security after the war. اضافة اعلان

 “When we don’t have that security responsibility, what we have is the eruption of Hamas terror on a scale that we couldn’t imagine,” he added.

Despite growing pressure, Netanyahu has reiterated that Israel will not accept a ceasefire until Hamas releases its captives in Gaza. However, he has expressed openness to humanitarian pauses.

In a series of cryptic messages posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, Netanyahu last posted on 27 October that “Hamas-ISIS is sick. They turn hospitals into headquarters for their terror. We just released intelligence proving it. Here it is:”

The proof Netanyahu is referring to is a digital video showing that Shifa Hospital reportedly has a Hamas underground complex. In recent news about the Indonesian Hospital, officials in Jakarta stated on Monday that they have no association with Palestinian factions.

Meanwhile, the UN continues to emphasize that over 70 percent of civilian casualties have been women and children. On Monday, UN chief Antonio Guterres urged a ceasefire, adding that Gaza has become a "graveyard for children."

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