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Hamas Rejects Latest Israeli Hostage Deal Framework

The Palestinian terrorist organization Hamas, which attacked Israel on October 7, has rejected the latest framework for the release of the remaining Israeli hostages, according to Israeli media reports.

Hamas had refused any deal regarding the hostages unless Israel agreed to end the war and withdraw all troops from the Gaza Strip. This condition is one that allows terrorist organizations to claim victory in the war, and therefore was not a starting point for Israel. .

Breitbart News reported on Saturday that there had been progress in talks held in Paris, France through a mediator.

Israeli sources say there will be progress in talks in Paris this weekend over the release of hostages by Hamas in exchange for a pause in fighting, as the Palestinian terror group appears to be backing away from demands for an end to the war. It was reported that there was.

The rough outline of the contract is as follows Involved Following a six-week cessation of fighting and the release of 35 to 40 hostages, Israel released approximately 300 Palestinian terrorist prisoners and redeployed some troops into Gaza, although it did not withdraw from the area.

Hamas still holds about 134 Israeli hostages, dozens of whom are believed to have died. A week-long ceasefire in November was broken by Hamas, leading to a resumption of fighting and the release of more than 100 hostages, mostly women and children.

However, the Times of Israel I got it. on monday:

Senior Israeli officials told Hebrew-language media that there was growing pessimism that Hamas would agree to a hostage deal under the framework proposed by the arbitrators.

Channel 12 and Suga Public Broadcasting both quoted senior officials as saying that they were told that the framework put together by mediators from the United States, Egypt and Qatar in Paris “does not meet Hamas’s demands.”

Between the billionaire leaders living in luxurious exile in Doha, Qatar, and those currently on the run underground in Gaza who planned and carried out the October 7 attack. There are reports of rifts within Hamas’s leadership, including a rift between Hamas leaders.

Israeli government spokeswoman Ilana Stein said on Monday that 103 of the 134 hostages still being held in the Gaza Strip are believed to be alive. The others were killed on October 7 and their bodies taken to Gaza. Otherwise, he was killed in Hamas custody.

Joel B. Pollack is a senior editor at Breitbart News. Breitbart News Sunday Sunday nights from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM ET (4:00 PM to 7:00 PM PT) on Sirius XM Patriot. He is the author of the recent book, The Zionist Conspiracy (And How to Participate in It), now available on Audible. He is also the author of an e-book. Neither Free nor Fair: The 2020 US Presidential Election. He is the recipient of the 2018 Robert Novak Journalism Alumni Fellowship. Follow him on Twitter @joelpolak.

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