Netanyahu wants to continue the war in Gaza for months to eradicate Hamas

Published February 6, 2024

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that the war in Gaza will not endwithout the killing of Palestinian militant group Hamas’ leadership, stressing it would take “months not years.”

“We will not end the war before we complete all of its goals: the elimination of Hamas, the return of all our hostages, and ensuring that Gaza will no longer pose a threat to Israel,” Netanyahu said.

He added that Israel will not agree to a hostage deal at “any price,” saying Hamas has presented “demands that we will not accept” in negotiations for the release of more than 130 hostages held in Gaza. Netanyahu said the terms of any new agreement should be “similar” to the previous temporary truce last November when some Israeli hostages were exchanged for Palestinian prisoners.



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A picture taken from Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip shows smoke rising over buildings in Khan Younis following Israeli bombardment on February 5, 2024, as fighting continues between Israel and the Hamas terror group. (SAID KHATIB / AFP)
Published February 5, 2024

Israel’s leaders claimed Monday that the IDF had killed or seriously injured half of the Hamas terror group’s fighters, and said the end of a nearly 4-month-old offensive in Gaza was a matter of months, not years, as fighting was set to spread to the southern metropolis representing the Strip’s final redoubt.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed that Israel would achieve “complete victory,” even as military officials detailed resurgent fighting in areas of northern Gaza previously cleared by troops. The complicated situation underlines the difficulty Israel faces in meeting its war goals, though it looks to complete an unprecedented sweep by pushing into the southern city of Rafah.



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Published February 5, 2024

Israel has destroyed 18 of 24 Hamas military battalions and has killed or wounded more than half of the militant group’s fighters, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday.

Anything short of “total victory” would mean thousands of Israelis forced from their communities along the Gaza border could not return to their homes, he said. Eventually the militants would attack again and Iran, Hezbollah and others would “celebrate” while destroying the region, Netanyahu said. Israel has estimated Hamas had about 40,000 fighters at the start of the war.

“We are on the way to total victory and I want to tell you that we are committed to it and will not give up on it,” Netanyahu told company commanders at the Armored Corps Memorial at Latrun, 15 miles west of Jerusalem. “We will not stop the war without achieving this goal of total victory.”




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