The Israeli government accuses the Palestinian group of using Ramadan to “ignite the region”.

Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel.

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The heads of the Israeli (Mossad) and American (CIA) intelligence services met on Friday March 8 to try to advance negotiations for the release of hostages and a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas. In the war since the attack by the Palestinian group on October 7, the two sides have been encouraged by mediating countries – notably the United States, Egypt and Qatar – to stop the Ramadan attacks starting on Monday, March 11, but they do not yet appear to have reached an agreement.

Joe Biden warns cease-fire “will be hard.”

According to the Israeli government, Hamas “Striving to ignite the region in Ramadan”. A heavy charge which proves that it has not yet been resolved before the month of fasting. On Friday, the Palestinian Authority called on Palestinians “collect” And “Flood” At Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, tensions around the site are clearly feared in the coming weeks.

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Previously, Hamas had indicated that it would not No Compromise” on his demands for a definitive ceasefire in the Gaza Strip and the withdrawal of Israeli troops. Faced with such uncertainty, Joe Biden sounded pessimistic on Friday. According to the US President, the cease-fire in the Gaza Strip ” Looks hard ». He also said to himself “very” Concerns over possible violence in East Jerusalem, the Palestinian Territory annexed by Israel and occupied by Israel.

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