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Israel’s boycott of the Cairo meeting on the Gaza ceasefire

Israel’s boycott of the Cairo meeting on the Gaza ceasefire

Following Hamas’ opposition to Israel’s request to provide the complete list of hostages, this country boycotted the Cairo meeting on the Gaza ceasefire.This meeting was supposed to be held on Sunday, March 3.However, a source familiar with the Hamas movement, who declined to be identified, told Reuters that the meeting in Cairo was deadlocked.He added that Benjamin Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of Israel, does not want any dialogue that will lead to the complete withdrawal of the country’s army from the Gaza Strip, the return of the displaced, reconstruction, reopening of the crossings, and the lifting of the blockade.According to this source, Netanyahu is only thinking about securing his political future at the price of “Palestinian blood”.Although Washington is optimistic about the ceasefire agreement in Gaza until the beginning of Ramadan, Israel and Hamas have not provided details about the progress in this agreement.​

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