Hamas accepts a deal, Israel does not like it

Hamas accepts a deal, Israel does not like it
Hamas accepts a deal, Israel does not like it

Hamas announced Monday evening that it had accepted a truce agreement. After consideration, the Israeli war cabinet decided to continue its military pressure on Rafah while sending a delegation to continue negotiating. A way to play the watch.


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By Cécile Lemoine

Published on 05/6/2024 at 10:40 p.m.
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LThe fear of the day gave way to jubilation in Rafah, partly evacuated on Monday. In the evening, the news that Hamas accepted the ceasefire proposal from Egyptian and Qatari mediators pushed Gazans out of their refuge, into scenes of spontaneous celebrations. “The prospect of a ceasefire has brought smiles back to the children. Everyone is happy,” shares Rami Abu Jamous, a Palestinian journalist who took refuge in Rafah in a voice note where we can just make out his smile. “We hope that this time, we can really rejoice. »



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