Netanyahu has issued a list of "non-negotiable demands" before the regime agrees to any truce pact in Gaza

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The Israeli prime minister has issued a list of, in his words, non-negotiable demands, before the regime agrees to any truce pact in Gaza.
Benjamin Netanyahu says Israeli troops must be allowed to return to Gaza and fight until all the war’s objectives are achieved. His statement ahead of the resumption of truce talks with Palestinian resistance groups has sparked anger, both in Israel and among mediators. They accuse him of intentionally attempting to sabotage Gaza ceasefire negotiations. The renewed rounds of truce talks in both Egypt and Qatar come after Hamas agreed to drop its requirement for a commitment by Israel to a permanent ceasefire. This comes as Netanyahu has repeatedly been accused of trying to extend the onslaught for his own political gain.

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