“As is the case at airports.” Tel Aviv confirms that northern Gaza needs intensive security measures to return residents “As is the case at airports.” Tel Aviv confirms that northern Gaza needs intensive security measures to return residents

“As is the case at airports.” Tel Aviv confirms that northern Gaza needs intensive security measures to return residents

“As is the case at airports.” Tel Aviv confirms that northern Gaza needs intensive security measures to return residents

An Israeli government source confirmed that northern Gaza needs intensive security measures to return residents, “as is the case at airports,” according to what was reported by the i24 news channel.

The source said: “Israel is ready to return Gazans to the northern Gaza Strip, but intensive security measures will be taken (as is the case at airports) to ensure that these residents are not linked to the Hamas movement.”

The head of the Israeli Mossad, David Barnea, informed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that the hostage deal would not be completed except by settling the return of Palestinian civilians to northern Gaza .

According to a report by Israeli Channel 13, Netanyahu has not yet made a decision, but war cabinet member Gadi Eisenkot explained that he believes there is room for Israel to be flexible on this issue.

It was reported that truce talks between Israel and Hamas resumed in Cairo, in the latest attempt to stop the fighting and release hostages after nearly six months of war in the Gaza Strip.

The newspaper "Haaretz" quoted an Israeli source as confirming that the talks had reached a dead end because "Hamas" refused to show any flexibility regarding its demand to allow all residents of northern Gaza to return and its conditions for any release of more hostages based on Israel's commitment to end the hostage release process and withdraw all army forces. Israeli from Gaza. Israel has categorically rejected these two demands.

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    The leader of the Afghan Taliban issues a statement in 7 languages ​​after an audio recording and flogging and stoning of women and men
    April 07, 2024
    The leader of the Afghan Taliban issues a statement in 7 languages ​​after an audio recording and flogging and stoning of women and men

    On Saturday, in a statement, the leader of the Afghan Taliban movement, Hibatullah Akhundzada, called on officials in the movement to put aside their differences and devote themselves to serving their country, as Eid al-Fitr approaches.

    It seems that public opposition within the Taliban is unlikely, but some leaders in the movement have shown dissatisfaction with decisions taken by the leadership, especially the ban on female education.

    Akhundzada, a reclusive leader who rarely leaves the Taliban stronghold in Kandahar province in the south of the country, and never appears in public, has played a major role in imposing restrictions on women and girls, sparking international outrage and isolating the Taliban on the global stage.

    Akhundzada's message was distributed in seven languages, including Uzbek and Turkmen, and is an attempt by the Taliban to court the rich Central Asian countries for investment, and to give legitimacy to the country's rule.

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  2. It was reported that truce talks between Israel and Hamas resumed in Cairo, in the latest attempt to stop the fighting and release hostages after nearly six months of war in the Gaza Strip.

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  3. The head of the Israeli Mossad, David Barnea, informed Prime Minister

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  4. The source said: “Israel is ready to return Gazans to the northern Gaza

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