Israel will continue its war on Gaza — Netanyahu

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TEL AVIV — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has stated unequivocally that his government will resume hostilities in its ongoing war against the Gaza Strip once the "hostage recovery phase" is concluded. He underscored that this issue is settled, and the stated objectives of Israel's war on Gaza "remain unchanged."اضافة اعلان

Netanyahu's remarks were part of a video released by his office during the sixth day of the humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza. Concurrently, there were discussions in Doha about a potential new agreement. This agreement would involve releasing all detainees in Gaza in exchange for the liberation of Palestinian prisoners accused of killing Israelis, Quds Press reported.

Since the commencement of the war, Netanyahu outlined three goals: the elimination of Hamas, the repatriation of all Israeli hostages in Gaza, and ensuring that Gaza does not pose a threat to Israel again. He emphasized that these objectives are still in force. Despite achieving a significant milestone in the past week – the return of dozens of hostages – Netanyahu asserted Israel's readiness to return to combat after completing the hostage recovery phase. He stated that it is impossible not to resume fighting until the end.

The release of 86 prisoners from Gaza, including 66 Israelis, out of approximately 235 initially considered alive, took place. Most of them were captured on October 7.

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