The Israeli minister does not want a peace agreement: That would be a big mistake

"I am very worried because there is talk of some deal"

by Sead Dedovic
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The Israeli minister does not want a peace agreement: That would be a big mistake
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Minister of National Security Itamar Ben Gvir issues a statement in which he warns of the potential consequences of a possible agreement between Israel and Hamas. Since this morning, the media have been writing that a peace agreement between Hamas and Israel could be reached in the next few hours.

Such news caused positive reactions from many. Although it has rapidly spread throughout the world, many are not optimistic that it will actually come to that. The Palestinian people are the greatest optimists at this moment.

All that was left was to trust them and hope that both sides would really find a compromise and come up with a joint solution. Ben Gvir is one of the politicians who believes that if an agreement is reached, the Israeli leaders will make a big mistake.

Looking at the history of the conflict between Hamas and Israel, Ben Gvir is not a huge optimist.
"I am very worried because there is talk of some deal... they are keeping us away and not telling us the truth. Rumors are that Israel will make a big mistake again in a similar way to the Shalit deal," -Ben Gvir said.

His statement caused a large number of reactions, mostly negative ones. This is an agreement from 2011 when Hamas agreed to release Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit in exchange for 1,027 prisoners.

Ben Gvir and his reaction: World leaders want peace

Ben Gvir said he was worried about "a deal that could bring disaster", noting the possible release of Palestinian prisoners, as well as the permission to deliver fuel to the Gaza Strip.

However, he is not the only one who will be asked about the peace agreement. The leaders of the world countries are focused only on peace, and they do not want to make huge analyses of what will happen to other countries, and which side has to make more compromises.

It is not beneficial for anyone to watch the chaotic situation in the Middle East, which causes fear of greater consequences.

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