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Israeli Prime Minister Proposes Controversial Post-War Plan for Gaza

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has unveiled a post-war plan that seeks open-ended control over security and civilian affairs in the Gaza Strip. The two-page document, presented to the security cabinet for approval, outlines Netanyahu’s vision for the territory, which has been a focal point of conflict between Israel and Palestine.

The proposed plan is at odds with the vision set forth by the Biden administration, which advocates for eventual Palestinian governance in both Gaza and the Israeli-occupied West Bank, paving the way for statehood and a two-state solution. This stark difference in approach has heightened tensions between Israel and the United States, traditionally close allies.

Netanyahu’s plan envisions a unique administrative structure, with hand-picked Palestinians in Gaza taking charge of the territory under Israeli oversight. While this proposal aims to address security concerns, it has faced swift rejection from Palestinian leaders.

As efforts to secure a ceasefire intensify, mediators from the US, Egypt, and Qatar are set to present a new proposal at an anticipated high-level meeting in Paris this weekend. The international community has been working to find a resolution to Israel’s offensive in Gaza, triggered by a deadly Hamas attack on October 7, resulting in significant casualties and a hostage situation.

The divergent paths proposed by Israel and the Biden administration underscore the complex challenges in reaching a consensus on the future governance of Gaza. The situation remains fluid as diplomatic efforts continue to navigate the intricacies of the longstanding Israeli-Palestinian conflict.


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