Israel rules out ceasefire in Gaza, spokesperson denies new agreement with Hamas

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2024-01-24 | 10:13
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Israel rules out ceasefire in Gaza, spokesperson denies new agreement with Hamas

Israel dismissed the possibility of a ceasefire in Gaza on Wednesday, with a government spokesperson denying media reports suggesting the potential for a new agreement with the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), where fighting would cease in exchange for the release of hostages. 

The spokesperson, Ilana Stein, stated in a press briefing, "Regarding reports about ceasefire agreements, Israel will not refrain from destroying Hamas, recovering all hostages, and ensuring that Gaza does not pose a security threat to Israel." 

She added, "There will be no ceasefire. There were truces for humanitarian purposes, which Hamas violated." 

Reuters 
 

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