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Netanyahu firmly states Israel will not accept any ultimatum posed by Hamas
Hamas military leader Yahya Sinwar reportedly demands that Israel pay Gaza’s rulers $15 million a month or face increased border violence and arson terrorism • Israeli policy in Gaza will be dictated solely by its security interests, the Israeli prime minister asserts.
The same old Hamas
Hamas instigates violence, and essentially extorts “protection” by threatening to “burn down the house” while “hedonist” Israel tries to use a ridiculous fan against the smoke.
When terrorists call for no more war, it’s because they ran out of money
Yahya Sinwar is a man who has literally killed with his own hands those he suspected of being collaborators with Israel, and who is quoted as saying "we will tear out Israeli hearts from their bodies.”
Hamas leader to Israeli paper: ‘We don’t want war with Israel’
“War will achieve nothing,” Yahya Sinwar, Hamas’s military leader, says in rare interview • Sinwar warns that dire economic situation in the Gaza Strip makes security escalation “inevitable” • Prisoner exchange is vital to any future deal in Gaza, he says.
How feasible is a long-term truce with Hamas?
While it remains far from clear that such an arrangement is even feasible, Israel is giving Egyptian mediation efforts a chance.
Arab Knesset member calls for millions of Palestinians to ‘march on Jerusalem’
Hanin Zoabi tells reporters at a U.N. press conference that protesters at the Gaza-Israel border over the last three weeks were engaged in a “march of peace,” calling it a “peaceful act of popular struggle.”