The lingering crisis between Israel and Hamas has indeed brought about an indelible record in the history of the warring nations. It’s worth noting that the incident of October 7 2023 which claimed no fewer than 1407 Israeli citizens has led to the loss of dozens of the record and still counting. To this effect, the undeniable quest for enduring peace remains vital to save innocent civilians from the ravaging retribution by the Israeli military.
Addressing the situation, the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu disclosed that for there to be peace, Hamas would be annihilated and the dozens of Israeli citizens taken hostage by the group must be released and reunited with their families.
He, however, promised a conditional peace in Gaza
“Today, the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah said something utterly preposterous. It denied that it was Hamas that carried out the horrible massacre at the nature festival near Gaza. It accused Israel of carrying out that massacre. This is a complete reversal of the truth
“Abu Mazen, who in the past has denied the existence of the Holocaust, today is denying the existence of the Hamas massacre and that’s unacceptable.
“My goal is that the day after we destroy Hamas, any future civil administration in Gaza does not deny the massacre, does not educate its children to become terrorists, does not pay for terrorists, and does not tell its children that their ultimate goal in life is to see the destruction and dissolution of the State of Israel. That’s not acceptable and that is not the way to achieve peace.”