“NThere cannot be an authority headed by someone who, more than 30 days after the massacre [de 07 de outubro], has not yet condemned him (…). Something else will be needed there. But, in any case, there will have to be our security control”, said Benjamin Netanyahu, in a speech cited by Agence France Presse.
Netanyahu insisted that Israel needs “total security control, with the possibility of entering whenever you want, to remove terrorists who may emerge again.”
“There will be no civil authority that teaches its children to hate Israel, to hate the Israelites,” he said.
The Palestinian Authority and Israel have been accused of teaching violence and hatred, or demonizing others, in their school programs.
“The next day, Gaza will be demilitarized, there will be no more threats from Gaza on Israel. The October 7th massacre definitively proved that anywhere that is not under Israeli security control will see the return of terror,” defended Netanyahu.
The Israeli Prime Minister considered that “this happened in the West Bank”, another Palestinian territory occupied by Israel, where the Israeli army, since the beginning of the war, has increased incursions into cities theoretically under the control of the Palestinian Authority.
The West Bank is geographically separated from the Gaza Strip, which has been constantly bombed by Israel since October 7 in response to the Hamas attack.
Even today, Benjamin Netanyahu insisted on the position he has maintained of rejecting the acceptance of a ceasefire, ensuring that his army will continue on the path to defeat and dismantle Hamas.
Netanyahu repeated that a ceasefire would only be possible if the 239 hostages held in Gaza were all released, recalling that the Israeli authorities are committed to allowing civilians to leave the northern zone to the southern zone of the enclave.
The war between Israel and Hamas, which today entered its 36th day and continues to threaten to spread throughout the Middle East region, has so far left more than 11,000 people dead in the Gaza Strip, around 28,000 injured and around 2,500 missing. , mostly civilians, and around 1.5 million displaced people, according to local authorities.
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