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Netanyahu Proposes Complete Control West BANK & Gaza

Netanyahu Proposes Complete Control West BANK & Gaza

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has outlined a post-war plan for Gaza, emphasizing Israel's control over territories including the West Bank and Gaza, rejecting unilateral recognition of a Palestinian state, and advocating for direct negotiations. Netanyahu's plan includes demilitarization and deradicalization goals for Gaza, with Israel maintaining a presence on the Gaza-Egypt border to prevent smuggling. He suggests working with non-terrorist affiliated local representatives in Gaza and replacing UNRWA with other aid groups. The plan aims to replace Hamas rule in Gaza with a civilian alternative, reflecting broad public consensus.

The war in Gaza, triggered by a Hamas-led attack on southern Israel, resulted in significant casualties and displacement. Israel responded with a military offensive, causing widespread devastation. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's spokesman dismissed Netanyahu's proposal, emphasizing the need to end Israel's occupation and recognize an independent Palestinian state. International calls for a two-state solution have resurfaced, but some Israeli politicians oppose it.

Now, let's condense the article while retaining key points and ensuring clarity:

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has proposed a post-war plan for Gaza, asserting Israel's control over the West Bank and Gaza and rejecting unilateral recognition of a Palestinian state. He advocates for direct negotiations and outlines goals for demilitarization and deradicalization in Gaza. Netanyahu suggests Israel's presence on the Gaza-Egypt border and cooperation with Egypt and the United States to prevent smuggling. He proposes working with non-terrorist affiliated local representatives in Gaza and replacing UNRWA with other aid groups. The plan aims to replace Hamas rule in Gaza with a civilian alternative, reflecting broad public consensus.

The war in Gaza, initiated by a Hamas-led attack on southern Israel, led to significant casualties and displacement. Israel responded with a military offensive, causing extensive damage. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's spokesman criticized Netanyahu's proposal, emphasizing the need to end Israel's occupation and recognize an independent Palestinian state. Calls for a two-state solution have resurfaced internationally, although some Israeli politicians oppose it.

This condensed version maintains the main points of the original article in a concise manner.

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Netanyahu Proposes Complete Control West BANK & Gaza

Netanyahu Proposes Complete Control West BANK & Gaza

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has outlined a post-war plan for Gaza, emphasizing Israel's control over territories including the West Bank and Gaza, rejecting unilateral recognition of a Palestinian state, and advocating for direct negotiations. Netanyahu's plan includes demilitarization and deradicalization goals for Gaza, with Israel maintaining a presence on the Gaza-Egypt border to prevent smuggling. He suggests working with non-terrorist affiliated local representatives in Gaza and replacing UNRWA with other aid groups. The plan aims to replace Hamas rule in Gaza with a civilian alternative, reflecting broad public consensus.

The war in Gaza, triggered by a Hamas-led attack on southern Israel, resulted in significant casualties and displacement. Israel responded with a military offensive, causing widespread devastation. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's spokesman dismissed Netanyahu's proposal, emphasizing the need to end Israel's occupation and recognize an independent Palestinian state. International calls for a two-state solution have resurfaced, but some Israeli politicians oppose it.

Now, let's condense the article while retaining key points and ensuring clarity:

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has proposed a post-war plan for Gaza, asserting Israel's control over the West Bank and Gaza and rejecting unilateral recognition of a Palestinian state. He advocates for direct negotiations and outlines goals for demilitarization and deradicalization in Gaza. Netanyahu suggests Israel's presence on the Gaza-Egypt border and cooperation with Egypt and the United States to prevent smuggling. He proposes working with non-terrorist affiliated local representatives in Gaza and replacing UNRWA with other aid groups. The plan aims to replace Hamas rule in Gaza with a civilian alternative, reflecting broad public consensus.

The war in Gaza, initiated by a Hamas-led attack on southern Israel, led to significant casualties and displacement. Israel responded with a military offensive, causing extensive damage. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's spokesman criticized Netanyahu's proposal, emphasizing the need to end Israel's occupation and recognize an independent Palestinian state. Calls for a two-state solution have resurfaced internationally, although some Israeli politicians oppose it.

This condensed version maintains the main points of the original article in a concise manner.

 
 
 

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