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Netanyahu presented the first post-war plan for Gaza

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After more than four months of keeping his cards well hidden, the Israeli prime minister has decided to reveal his intentions.
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Decryption – The Palestinian Authority, whose role was not named in the document, rejected the plan as aimed at “perpetuating the Israeli occupation”.

Benjamin Netanyahu presented for the first time a plan for the post-war period in the Gaza Strip, which would replace Hamas with Israeli military control of the region and responsibility for governing the Palestinians. After more than four months of keeping his cards well hidden, the Israeli prime minister has decided to reveal his intentions. He presented his cabinet with a one-page summary of his plans for the Gaza Strip on Thursday evening, after the October 7 war sparked by Hamas massacres in southern Israel.

Define a new security zone

In a first step, Benjamin Netanyahu maintained his objectives, which he has stated on several occasions: to overthrow the power of Hamas once and for all, to release 134 hostages held by the Islamist movement and to eliminate threats of aggression. From the Gaza Strip. Second, the Israeli military must maintain complete freedom of action in the Gaza Strip…

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