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Netanyahu: No truce without prisoner release

<p>Benjamin Netanyahu, the prime minister of Israel, has reaffirmed that there won’t be a truce in Gaza until the terrorist organization Hamas returns every prisoner it captured during the historic onslaught on October 7.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-271867″ src=”https://www.theindiaprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/theindiaprint.com-netanyahu-no-truce-without-prisoner-release-download-2023-11-07t182527.883-11zon-1.jpg” alt=”theindiaprint.com netanyahu no truce without prisoner release download 2023 11 07t182527.883 11zon 1″ width=”1198″ height=”797″ srcset=”https://www.theindiaprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/theindiaprint.com-netanyahu-no-truce-without-prisoner-release-download-2023-11-07t182527.883-11zon-1.jpg 275w, https://www.theindiaprint.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/theindiaprint.com-netanyahu-no-truce-without-prisoner-release-download-2023-11-07t182527.883-11zon-1-150×100.jpg 150w” sizes=”(max-width: 1198px) 100vw, 1198px” title=”Netanyahu: No truce without prisoner release 9″></p>
<p>Speaking to ABC News on Monday, the Prime Minister responded to a question about the brief “humanitarian” breaks in hostilities that US President Joe Biden and other administration officials had proposed: “Well, there’ll be no ceasefire, general ceasefire, in Gaza without the release of our hostages.” Regarding strategic brief stops, one hour here, one hour there.</p>
<p>They will likely examine the situation to allow humanitarian supplies to enter or our prisoners, specific hostages, to be released. We’ve had them before. However, I don’t believe a broad ceasefire will occur.</p>
<p>Israeli officials claim that 240 captives, including both foreigners and Israelis, are being held in Gaza by Hamas.</p>
<p>According to media accounts, around thirty of them are kids.</p>
<p>Four civilian hostages have been freed by the extremist organization so far, while the Israeli military has managed to free a female soldier.</p>
<p>57 of the captives, according to Hamas, perished in the Israeli attacks.</p>
<p>A truce, according to Netanyahu, “will hamper the war effort.”</p>
<p>“It will hinder our efforts to free our hostages because our military pressure is the only thing that is effective against these criminals in Hamas.”</p>
<p>The Israeli prime minister responded to a question about when the combat would likely end if Hamas agreed to free the captives by telling ABC News, “There will be a ceasefire for that purpose.”</p>
<p>Netanyahu said he thought Israel will have a role to play for a “indefinite period” when asked who would rule the enclave if the fierce combat stops.</p>
<p>“Those who choose not to follow in Hamas’ footsteps…” That’s definitely not the case; in fact, given what has happened in the past when we lack it, I believe Israel will retain ultimate security responsibility for an endless amount of time.</p>
<p>He told ABC News, “What we have when we don’t have that security responsibility is the eruption of Hamas terror on a scale that we couldn’t imagine.”</p>
<p>Netanyahu warned Iran and Hezbollah against becoming further engaged in the crisis in addition to discussing their roles in it.</p>
<p>“I hope they don’t make that mistake. I think they’ve realized that if they enter the war in a significant way, the response will be very, very powerful.”</p>
<p>Over 10,000 Palestinians have been murdered in the besieged enclave as of Tuesday morning, including 2,550 women and 4,008 children, as a result of the conflict in Gaza.</p>
<p>The number of fatalities in Israel was 1,400.</p>
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