UNITED STATES (VOP TODAY NEWS) — The Israeli “Wala” website reported that the Israeli army presented the cabinet with a plan to reoccupy the Gaza Strip in any future war, and that the cabins endorsed the plan.
According to the Hebrew position, the plan was formulated during the era of the former Chief of Staff of the Israeli army, Gadi Eisenkot, and approved by the current Chief of Staff of the Israeli army, Aviv Kochavi.
The site added that the new chief of staff is accelerating the war on the Gaza Strip, and the approval of the plan was not in response to the rocket fire on Tel Aviv on Thursday night.
According to the Hebrew site, Hamas is ready to reach a truce with Israel to solve the economic problems in Gaza, but it is also ready for all scenarios.
The “Wala” senior leaders of the security system in Israel, saying, “Hamas may ignite the region and headed for a major confrontation, in the event of failure of the talks of calm.”
The website claimed that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas hopes to see Hamas kneel after a war or internal pressure leading to the unconditional handover of power to the Palestinian Authority in Gaza.
According to the website, the plan includes, in addition to the occupation of the Gaza Strip, severe damage to Hamas and its ability to recover from the impact of the strike, until a stable and agreed political solution.
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