Netanyahu tells Blinken he will not agree to end war on Hamas as part of hostage deal

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Wednesday that he would not accept an end to the war in Gaza as part of a potential hostage deal, an Israeli official told The Times of Israel.

“He told Blinken that we are interested in reaching a deal, and determined to topple Hamas,” said the official.

Israel conveyed its latest offer to Hamas through Egyptian mediators late last week, and is expecting a response Wednesday evening, an Israeli official told The Times of Israel.

Netanyahu also told Blinken during their meeting in Jerusalem that a hostage deal with Hamas does not mean an invasion of Rafah would be avoided, the Prime Minister’s Office told The Times of Israel.

“The Rafah operation does not depend on anything,” said the PMO. “Prime Minister Netanyahu made this clear to Secretary Blinken.”

Meanwhile, Blinken “reiterated the United States’ clear position on Rafah,” said State Department Spokesman Matthew Miller.

The US readout did not say exactly what that position is, but the Biden administration has been firm in its opposition to a Rafah operation without a credible plan to evacuate civilians, even calling a move into the southern Gaza city a “red line.”


What is abundantly clear is that the Biden administration does not have a Gaza policy; it has a Dearborn policy.
 
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Wednesday that he would not accept an end to the war in Gaza as part of a potential hostage deal, an Israeli official told The Times of Israel.

“He told Blinken that we are interested in reaching a deal, and determined to topple Hamas,” said the official.

Israel conveyed its latest offer to Hamas through Egyptian mediators late last week, and is expecting a response Wednesday evening, an Israeli official told The Times of Israel.

Netanyahu also told Blinken during their meeting in Jerusalem that a hostage deal with Hamas does not mean an invasion of Rafah would be avoided, the Prime Minister’s Office told The Times of Israel.

“The Rafah operation does not depend on anything,” said the PMO. “Prime Minister Netanyahu made this clear to Secretary Blinken.”

Meanwhile, Blinken “reiterated the United States’ clear position on Rafah,” said State Department Spokesman Matthew Miller.

The US readout did not say exactly what that position is, but the Biden administration has been firm in its opposition to a Rafah operation without a credible plan to evacuate civilians, even calling a move into the southern Gaza city a “red line.”


What is abundantly clear is that the Biden administration does not have a Gaza policy; it has a Dearborn policy.

Dearborn policy?

 
We know by now that America is just pretending that there's a red line. This is to relieve America of responsibility for the further genocide.

Let's all hope that the genocide to come is not a part of Iran's demands they have imposed on the Zionist regime.
 
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Wednesday that he would not accept an end to the war in Gaza as part of a potential hostage deal, an Israeli official told The Times of Israel.

“He told Blinken that we are interested in reaching a deal, and determined to topple Hamas,” said the official.

Israel conveyed its latest offer to Hamas through Egyptian mediators late last week, and is expecting a response Wednesday evening, an Israeli official told The Times of Israel.

Netanyahu also told Blinken during their meeting in Jerusalem that a hostage deal with Hamas does not mean an invasion of Rafah would be avoided, the Prime Minister’s Office told The Times of Israel.

“The Rafah operation does not depend on anything,” said the PMO. “Prime Minister Netanyahu made this clear to Secretary Blinken.”

Meanwhile, Blinken “reiterated the United States’ clear position on Rafah,” said State Department Spokesman Matthew Miller.

The US readout did not say exactly what that position is, but the Biden administration has been firm in its opposition to a Rafah operation without a credible plan to evacuate civilians, even calling a move into the southern Gaza city a “red line.”


What is abundantly clear is that the Biden administration does not have a Gaza policy; it has a Dearborn policy.
Of course. Netanyahu never had any interest in the hostages.
 
Of course. Netanyahu never had any interest in the hostages.
From the first day of the war, Israel stated there will be two goals, to rescue the hostages and to destroy Hamas. There are hostages now because Israel failed to destroy Hamas earlier and if Hamas is not destroyed now, there will be more hostages in the future.
 
Of course. Netanyahu never had any interest in the hostages.
How did he allocate thousands of hours of IDF Troops time in Gaza campaign to digging around and using Cadaver Dogs to recover dozens of Hostage Bodies and facilitate the Transfer of Dozens of Hostages via trade and Repatriation via Combat ?
 
Bibi has to destroy Hamas or lose his country. If he doesn't stop them now, these immoral terrorist animals will take over the entire Middle east. Biden sucks. MAGA
 
Let's be clear. There are normally two ways for hostilities like this to end: An armistice or a mutual cease fire.

An armistice is not possible because neither side (Hamas and the State of Israel) recognizes the others' right to exist.

Since Day 1, Hamas has had the power to stop the hostilities immediately, by releasing and accounting for the hostages and laying down its arms. Israel does not have the power to end the hostilities because they have been going on for more than a decade and they simply will not stop as long as Hamas exists.

If Blinken (Biden) has been so foolish as to "advise" Israel to stand down, they are stupid as portrayed on Fox News.

When Hamas stops shooting, hostilities will be temporarily paused. That's the best anyone can hope for.
 
Let's be clear. There are normally two ways for hostilities like this to end: An armistice or a mutual cease fire.

An armistice is not possible because neither side (Hamas and the State of Israel) recognizes the others' right to exist.

Since Day 1, Hamas has had the power to stop the hostilities immediately, by releasing and accounting for the hostages and laying down its arms. Israel does not have the power to end the hostilities because they have been going on for more than a decade and they simply will not stop as long as Hamas exists.

If Blinken (Biden) has been so foolish as to "advise" Israel to stand down, they are stupid as portrayed on Fox News.

When Hamas stops shooting, hostilities will be temporarily paused. That's the best anyone can hope for.
3 Ways ( A Victory )
 
Bibi has to destroy Hamas or lose his country. If he doesn't stop them now, these immoral terrorist animals will take over the entire Middle east. Biden sucks. MAGA
One really should consider the odds......

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Wednesday that he would not accept an end to the war in Gaza as part of a potential hostage deal, an Israeli official told The Times of Israel.

“He told Blinken that we are interested in reaching a deal, and determined to topple Hamas,” said the official.

Israel conveyed its latest offer to Hamas through Egyptian mediators late last week, and is expecting a response Wednesday evening, an Israeli official told The Times of Israel.

Netanyahu also told Blinken during their meeting in Jerusalem that a hostage deal with Hamas does not mean an invasion of Rafah would be avoided, the Prime Minister’s Office told The Times of Israel.

“The Rafah operation does not depend on anything,” said the PMO. “Prime Minister Netanyahu made this clear to Secretary Blinken.”

Meanwhile, Blinken “reiterated the United States’ clear position on Rafah,” said State Department Spokesman Matthew Miller.

The US readout did not say exactly what that position is, but the Biden administration has been firm in its opposition to a Rafah operation without a credible plan to evacuate civilians, even calling a move into the southern Gaza city a “red line.”


What is abundantly clear is that the Biden administration does not have a Gaza policy; it has a Dearborn policy.

The hostages must be dead...not that Biden or the democrat Party gives a fuck about American hostages
 
well they certainly need it , seeing as every country surrounding them hates them blaster

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