Hamas in Message to Israel: Willing to Negotiate Long-term Truce

According to intelligence assessments, the organization is still in dire distress and is currently more open to discussing options it rejected in the past

Amos Harel
Amos Harel
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Amos Harel
Amos Harel

Hamas leaders in the Gaza Strip have recently conveyed messages to Israel indicating their willingness to negotiate a long term cease-fire in the enclave. These messages were passed through different channels on several occasions over the last few months. Hamas wants to tie the cease-fire with an easing of the siege on Gaza, permission to embark on large-scale infrastructure projects and a prisoner and body exchange deal.

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