Spokesperson's Statement: Israel-Palestine Ceasefire Within Reach in Coming Days

Efforts to broker a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas are expected to resume in Cairo as early as Sunday

by Sead Dedovic
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Spokesperson's Statement: Israel-Palestine Ceasefire Within Reach in Coming Days
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What many have hoped for could happen in the next 24 to 48 hours. Specifically, a ceasefire agreement between Israel and Palestine could be negotiated in the coming days. Hamas has specific conditions under which a truce can be achieved. Namely, Hamas wants displaced persons to return to the northern part of the Gaza Strip and an increase in humanitarian aid. If Israelis do not show willingness to meet their demands, it is difficult to be optimistic that peace will emerge soon.

"If Israel agrees to Hamas demands, which include the return of displaced Palestinians to northern Gaza and increasing humanitarian aid, that would pave the way for a (truce) agreement within the next 24 to 48 hours." said the spokesperson, as quoted by wionews.com

Palestine and its leadership are ready to do everything to achieve peace in the coming period. The significant number of casualties day by day does not provide optimism that the situation will truly improve in the near future. Both sides must be open to peace and willing to compromise. Without these conditions, it is difficult to expect that peace will emerge.

Ceasefire 

Efforts to broker a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas are expected to resume in Cairo as early as Sunday. Both Israeli and Hamas delegations are anticipated to attend, with hopes for a pause in fighting, particularly as pressure intensifies ahead of Ramadan. It is a sacred month for all Muslims, including those in Palestine. They want to spend this month in peace. Hopefully, their wishes will be fulfilled, and the delegations of both sides can indeed reach an agreement

While progress has been reported in talks, Israel is awaiting a complete list of hostages before participating.

Israelis also have their demands, and they hope that Hamas can meet their requirements as well. Without compromise, as we mentioned, it is challenging to expect a ceasefire

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