The Israeli channel “12” revealed a message that the Tel Aviv government sent to Hamas via Egypt, saying that it will not hesitate to launch a new military operation on the Gaza Strip, if the firing of rockets continues.
According to the Israeli channel, an Egyptian intelligence delegation is expected to arrive in Gaza in the coming days, to ensure that the situation will not get out of control.
The Israeli government accuses Hamas and Islamic Jihad
The channel pointed out that the Bennett government believes that Hamas has opened another front in the West Bank, and pushed the youth to carry out operations, but the Islamic Jihad movement is taking the lead on two fronts, by launching rockets during the past days from Gaza, and pushing to carry out operations in the West Bank.
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Israeli assessments claimed that Islamic Jihad was the organization that launched rockets from Gaza in response to the punitive measures against the prisoners, noting that the organization, which is concentrated and spread in the northern West Bank, has tried in recent weeks to recruit activists in the southern regions as well, but these attempts were thwarted, according to the channel.
Meeting Sisi and Bennett
In a related context, Israeli media said that Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi had pledged during his meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett that Egypt would work to prevent rocket fire from Gaza, while the latter called on El-Sisi to prevent the buildup of Hamas’ strength, by raising the level of monitoring at the Rafah crossing. wild.
Tightening the Gaza Strip
The official Israeli channel, Kan, reported in a report that Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi and Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett spoke during their meeting on several central and regional issues, including Iran, Turkey, Libya and the Palestinian issue.
According to the channel’s sources, Al-Sisi and Bennett talked about the situation in the Gaza Strip, noting that the Israeli Prime Minister asked Al-Sisi to stop the growing strength of the Palestinian resistance and Hamas, by raising the level of supervision at the Rafah crossing, the only outlet to the Strip. Egypt and abroad.
The channel indicated that there was also talk about the issue of the occupation soldiers captured by the resistance in the Gaza Strip, as it confirmed the presence of the coordinator of the affairs of prisoners and missing persons in the Israeli government, Yaron Blum, at the meeting.
As for the Israeli Channel 13, it said that Sisi told Bennett that Egypt would work to prevent the launching of rockets from Gaza.
For his part, Bennett’s spokesman, Matan Sidi, described to the Israeli Army Radio the meeting between Sisi and Bennett as “warm,” noting that the bilateral meeting lasted about three hours.
“A very important and good meeting”
The Prime Minister of the occupation described the meeting, after its conclusion, as “very important and very good,” and added: “We laid the basis for deepening ties and promoting the interests of our country.”
Bennett added: “Israel is opening up to the countries of the region, and the basis for this is peace between Israel and Egypt, so both sides should invest in strengthening this relationship, and we did that today.”
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For its part, the Egyptian presidency said that “a session of bilateral talks was held between the two sides, during which they discussed developments in relations in various fields, as well as the latest developments on the regional and international arenas, especially with regard to the Palestinian issue.”
According to the presidential statement, “Sisi affirmed Egypt’s support for all efforts to achieve comprehensive peace in the Middle East, based on the two-state solution and on the basis of international legitimacy resolutions, which contributes to enhancing security and prosperity for all peoples of the region.”
The statement also indicated that Sisi referred, during the meeting, to “the importance of the international community’s support for Egypt’s efforts to rebuild the Palestinian territories, in addition to the need to maintain the truce between the Palestinian and Israeli sides.”
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