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Israel-Hamas war: Israeli defense minister says conflict is near “tipping point”.


The Israeli Defense Minister explained that the organization that controls the Gaza Strip should not be hostile to Israel.

Israel’s defense minister said Monday that Israel has no intention of taking permanent control of the Gaza Strip and that any settlement could be discussed if the Palestinian territory is not handed over to an entity hostile to the Israeli state. Israel will take all measures to destroy Hamas, but we have no desire to remain in Gaza permanently.Yoav Gallant told reporters.

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He ruled that the Israeli military has made significant progress in its military campaign in the Gaza Strip, which was launched after an October 7 attack by Palestinian Hamas in southern Israel. This is particularly the case in the north of the territory, where the situation is approaching “tipping point”he said.

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Israel is ready for a discussion about Future control of the Gaza StripAdministered by Hamas since 2007, declared Yoav Gallant. “The essential condition is that this organization does not act against the State of Israel. Everything else, in my view, can be discussed. It certainly will not be Hamas, and it will not be Israel. We will. Maintain our freedom to act militarily against any threat.”he said.

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