Tough mediation: Hamas Leaves Cairo And Israel Continues To Attack Palestine

Tough mediation: Hamas Leaves Cairo And Israel Continues To Attack Palestine

Tough mediation: Hamas leaves Cairo and Israel continues to attack Palestine. A Hamas official said Israel had repeatedly and unreasonably thwarted all attempts by mediators to reach an agreement. Israel blocks aid to Gaza, even as the area experiences severe famine. | It is based on interviews with government officials, humanitarian workers and Palestinian NGO staff. According to Al-Jazeerah, Hamas has left Cairo. And the group said ceasefire negotiations would continue until an agreement was reached. | Previously, an official from the Palestinian group told Reuters that negotiations in Cairo had failed to achieve a breakthrough. Because Israel rejected the group’s demands to end its attacks on the enclave and withdraw its troops, as well as ensuring freedom of entry for aid and the return of refugees. | Meanwhile, from Rafah in South Gaza, bombing operations continued with continuous artillery launches into the eastern area of ​​the Gaza Strip. The Israeli military seems to ignore global pressure and continues with its plans to build a buffer zone. | Residents in eastern Rafah reported most of their homes destroyed or badly damaged, and farmland and livestock had been razed to create an Israeli buffer zone. Recent Israeli air strikes appear to have focused on the central and eastern parts of Gaza. In other areas such as Dir El-Bala and Nuseirat there were 17 people killed, most of whom came from refugee families from northern Gaza. Then at least five people were killed while they were waiting for help at the Nablus roundabout, the same location as the previous incident of shooting of Gazans by Israel.