Hamas: There is no agreement with the occupation without stopping the war and withdrawing from Gaza Hamas: There is no agreement with the occupation without stopping the war and withdrawing from Gaza

Hamas: There is no agreement with the occupation without stopping the war and withdrawing from Gaza

Hamas: There is no agreement with the occupation without stopping the war and withdrawing from Gaza
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The leader of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), Osama Hamdan, confirmed today, Tuesday, that his movement will not conclude any agreement with Israel regarding the exchange of prisoners unless there is a clear position on its part to prepare for a permanent cessation of the war and withdrawal from the Gaza Strip.

In a press conference held in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, Hamdan called on the mediators in the indirect negotiations between his movement and Tel Aviv to “obtain a clear Israeli response confirming agreement to a permanent ceasefire and complete withdrawal from Gaza.”

He called on the international community to put pressure on Israel to push it to release all detainees from October 7, 2023, and “expose its escalating violations” against prisoners in Israeli prisons, noting that “since October 7, female prisoners from Gaza have been subjected to various types of torture and violations, some of them They were threatened with rape unless they gave testimonies attacking Hamas.”

Hamdan also called on the United Nations and all countries, governments, and human rights and humanitarian institutions in the world to “pressure the occupation to allow families to visit the prisoners and the entry of human rights and humanitarian organizations to determine their humanitarian conditions in prisons, detention centers and camps.”

He stressed that Israel "will not see its prisoners except according to a serious and real exchange deal in which the Palestinian prisoners will also enjoy freedom," considering that Israel only wants a one-stage agreement to return its detainees and then resume the war on Gaza.

On Friday, US President Joe Biden, whose administration greatly supports Tel Aviv in its war on Gaza, spoke about Israel submitting a three-stage proposal that includes a ceasefire in Gaza, the release of detainees, and the reconstruction of the Strip.

With the mediation of Egypt and Qatar and the participation of the United States, Israel and Hamas have been conducting indirect and faltering negotiations for months, amid the continuation of the Israeli war on Gaza since October 7, 2023, leaving more than 119,000 Palestinian martyrs and wounded, most of them children and women, and about 10,000 missing amid devastation. Massive famine that claimed the lives of children and the elderly.

Israel continues its war without a decisive response to Biden’s proposal, ignoring a Security Council resolution demanding that it stop the fighting immediately, and orders from the Court of Justice to stop its attack on Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, and take immediate measures to prevent acts of “genocide” and “improve the humanitarian situation.” In the sector

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  1. The ongoing conflict demands urgent international intervention.

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