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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said, ‘This war with Hamas will continue’

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said, ‘This war with Hamas will continue’

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Tel Aviv: The ongoing war between Israel and Hamas is about to complete three months. Thousands of people have lost their lives so far in this war. Everyone is eagerly waiting for this war to stop. But no one knows how long this war will last. Meanwhile, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that the war with Hamas will continue for several months and made it clear that there will be no ceasefire until all the remaining 140 hostages are released from Gaza.

Israel wants to maintain open defense of Gaza after the war ends, in defiance of its closest ally, the US, which wants a two-state solution to provide final statehood for Palestine. Netanyahu said Israel should maintain open security control over the Gaza Strip, but he left the world guessing about what would happen next.

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The war will continue for several months – Netanyahu

“The war will continue for several months,” Netanyahu said at a news conference, reiterating his intention to maintain Israeli military hold in a narrow strip of land in southern Gaza near the border with Egypt. “It must be in our hands, it must be sealed. It is clear that no other agreement will guarantee the demilitarization that we need,” he said. Israel claimed that Hamas had smuggled weapons through the Egyptian border, but Egypt opposes any Israeli troop presence there.

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Will not allow participation in any future governance on Gaza – Netanyahu

Netanyahu has also said he would not allow the internationally-backed Palestinian Authority, which administers parts of the West Bank, to participate in any future governance of Gaza. These were his public comments regarding Israel’s plans for the Gaza Strip in a post-war scenario. Netanyahu’s stance has put him at odds with his closest ally, the United States, as the Biden administration and the Israeli government battle over who should run Gaza after the war.

Media reports say the US wants a unified Palestinian government to run Gaza and parts of the Israeli-occupied West Bank as a precursor to eventual statehood. According to Israeli media, Netanyahu has repeatedly avoided meeting with his war cabinet about post-war prospects. Meanwhile, at least 35 people were killed in Israeli strikes in central Gaza on Sunday. Hospital officials said the military targeted areas in several parts of the region the day after the country’s prime minister said the war would continue for several months.

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War continues from October 7

Israeli forces were operating in Khan Yunis, Gaza’s second-largest city, the military said, and residents said the attacks were seen in the central part of a small area in an area Israel this week said it had launched its war effort. A new center has been created. The war has raised fears of a major Middle Eastern conflict with Lebanon’s Hezbollah and Yemen’s Houthis joining Hamas in the war against Israel. The US military said on Sunday it shot down two anti-ship ballistic missiles fired towards a container ship by Yemen’s Houthi rebels in the Red Sea. US Central Command said that a few hours later four boats tried to attack the same ship, but US forces returned fire, killing several armed crewmen. Israel says it wants to destroy Hamas’ governance and military capabilities in Gaza, from where it launched attacks on Israel on October 7.

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