Netanyahu: ‘Israel Will Not Submit to Delusional Demands of Hamas’

An Israeli tank holds a position, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, near the Israel-Gaza border, in Israel, March 26, 2024.
Published March 27, 2024

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed Tuesday to push forward with his campaign to eliminate the Hamas militant group, while also criticizing a U.N. Security Council resolution demanding an immediate cease-fire in Gaza.

“Israel will not submit to the delusional demands of Hamas and will continue to act to achieve all the goals of the war: to release all the abductees, to destroy the military and governmental capabilities of Hamas and to ensure that Gaza will no longer pose a threat to Israel,” Netanyahu said in a statement.

Hamas officials said Monday they told negotiators working on a temporary cease-fire deal that Hamas would not alter its proposal that includes a full Israeli withdrawal from Gaza and an exchange of hostages held in Gaza for prisoners held by Israel.

Also Tuesday, a senior Israeli official told Reuters that Israel had recalled its negotiators from Qatar after reaching “a dead end” in talks to release the more than 100 hostages still being held by Hamas. Israel believes more than 30 other Israelis taken on October 7 have died.



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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Islamist… Purchase Licensing Rights
Published March 28,  2024
JERUSALEM, March 27 (Reuters) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday his cancellation of a planned visit to Washington by top aides this week was meant to show Hamas that Israel would not bend to growing international pressure to halt the war in Gaza.
“It was a message first and foremost to Hamas: ‘Don’t bet on this pressure, it’s not going to work,'” he said in videoed comments at a meeting with visiting U.S. Senator Rick Scott.


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Bilateral tensions appear to reach new high as US withholds veto; Jerusalem says American decision harms war effort, undermines attempts to free hostages

Linda Thomas-Greenfield, United States Ambassador and Representative to the United Nations, votes to abstain as the United Nations Security Council passed a ceasefire resolution in Gaza during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, its first demand to halt fighting at UN headquarters, Monday, March 25, 2024. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle)
Published March 25,  2024

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday canceled a planned trip to Washington by his top aides to discuss plans for an offensive in the Gaza city of Rafah, taking the step after the United States refrained from using a veto to block a United Nations Security Council resolution, backed by Russia and China, that called for a ceasefire without conditioning it on the release of hostages.

In a statement from the Prime Minister’s Office, Israel said the US decision was harming the war effort against Hamas and undermining attempts to free hostages.

The statement called the decision “a clear retreat from the consistent US position in the Security Council since the beginning of the war,” and one that “gives Hamas hope that international pressure will allow them to get a ceasefire without releasing our hostages.”

In response, US National Security Council spokesman John Kirby told journalists: “We’re very disappointed that they won’t be coming to Washington, DC, to allow us to have a fulsome conversation with them about viable alternatives to going in on the ground in Rafah.”




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