Hamas adheres to its position regarding the ceasefire in Gaza

Hamas said in a statement on Monday: “Hamas informed the mediator brothers a short while ago that the movement is adhering to its position and vision that it presented on March 14; Because the occupation’s response did not respond to any of the basic demands of our people and our resistance: a comprehensive ceasefire, withdrawal from the Gaza Strip, the return of the displaced, and a real exchange of prisoners.”
The United Nations Security Council adopted a resolution demanding an immediate ceasefire between Israel and Hamas after the United States abstained from voting, sparking a dispute with its ally Israel.

The remaining 14 members of the Council supported the resolution proposed by the 10 elected members of the Council, which also demands the immediate and unconditional release of all hostages.

Hamas said that the initial release of Israelis would include women, children, the elderly and the sick in exchange for the release of between 700 and 1,000 Palestinians detained in Israeli prisons, according to the proposal. This includes the release of Israeli female soldiers.

Hamas also said that it wants the exchange of Palestinian prisoners and Israeli hostages to be part of a comprehensive ceasefire agreement that ends the war. But Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office responded to Hamas’ proposal, saying that it was still based on unrealistic demands, vowing to press ahead with its ground offensive until Hamas is eliminated.

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