There is no hope in the cease-fire agreement in Gaza

After a long wait, the resolution of the ceasefire in the Gaza Strip was passed by the UN Security Council, but it is “stuck in the corner.” A senior official of the country said that Israel has summoned its representatives from Doha to the country due to the demands of Hamas.
The official close to the head of Israel’s Mossad intelligence agency, speaking on condition of anonymity, told Reuters that Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar in Gaza was carrying out diplomatic sabotage “as part of a larger effort to further inflame this war during Ramadan.”
The resolution passed by the UN Security Council on Monday calls for a cease-fire in Gaza as well as the immediate and unconditional release of hostages held by Hamas. Israel’s closest ally, the United States, abstained from voting on the resolution. However, the remaining 14 countries on the Security Council voted in favor of the resolution.
Negotiations began in Doha to reach a 6-week ceasefire in Gaza during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, brokered by Qatar and Egypt. It is said that Israel will stop operations in Gaza for six weeks. In return, 40 of the 130 Israeli hostages still held by Hamas must be released. But Hamas is demanding an end to the war in Gaza and the complete withdrawal of Israeli troops from there. Dismissing this claim, Israel has said that its operation will not stop until Hamas is completely eliminated. At the beginning of the war, when Israel launched a ground offensive in northern Gaza, millions of Palestinians living in the area fled their homes and fled southward for their lives. Hamas has also demanded that all displaced Palestinians be allowed to return to the north.
Israel has said that it is willing to release twice as many Palestinian prisoners as were released from Israel during the first ceasefire. They will also allow some displaced Palestinians to enter northern Gaza.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said on Tuesday that Hamas had made all the “misleading” demands as a condition of the deal. It shows that the Palestinians are not interested in reaching a cease-fire agreement.
Meanwhile, around 300 relatives and supporters of hostages still held by the Palestinian independence movement Hamas gathered outside Israel’s defense headquarters in Tel Aviv on Tuesday, demanding a deal to free the hostages at any cost. Some of the protesters protested by imprisoning themselves in cages. Some hold placards with pictures of hostage relatives. A placard read, ‘No price is too high’.

Israel blames Hamas for stalling ceasefire talks. Similarly, Hamas says that Israel has obstructed the atmosphere of negotiations by attacking Gaza even while the talks were going on. While both sides are busy blaming each other, millions of ordinary Palestinians in Gaza are constantly fighting for their lives. Various human rights organizations, including the United Nations, have said that the small territory is on the brink of famine.
The line of dead bodies is getting longer in Gaza. The line of dead bodies is getting longer due to the invasion of the Israeli forces in Gaza. Israeli tanks and armor surround a hospital in Khan Younis. The Palestinian Red Crescent Society said another hospital has been shut down due to Israeli military operations.
On October 7, the Palestinian independence organization Hamas entered the Israeli border and carried out a sudden attack. After that, Israel started the operation in Gaza. Hundreds of Palestinians are killed there every day under the pretext of eliminating Hamas. The Hamas-controlled health ministry said 32,414 Palestinians have been killed so far in Israeli attacks. In addition, 74,000 people were injured. Most of them are women and children.
Hezbollah-Israel counterattacks in Lebanon: In response to an Israeli military attack on a village in southern Lebanon, the Iranian-backed armed group Hezbollah launched a rocket attack on the Israeli city of Kiryat Shomona. At least one Israeli was killed in these attacks early Wednesday morning.
Earlier on Tuesday, the Israeli military carried out several airstrikes near two cities in northern Lebanon. The airstrike targeted Hezbollah’s emergency management and relief center. At least seven people were killed in Habbariyah village. At least three Hezbollah fighters are among them.
A few days after the start of the Hamas-Israeli war, the Lebanese armed group Hezbollah started attacking Israel in support of the Palestinians. The retaliatory attack has already claimed the lives of many members of the Israeli forces and Hezbollah. Millions of people have fled their homes on both sides of the Lebanon-Israel border.