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Israeli PM Netanyahu reaffirms commitment to Gaza deal if 'red lines are respected' following talks with US Middle East envoy McGurk00:13
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discussed a potential Gaza ceasefire deal and the release of hostages during talks with US Middle East envoy Brett McGurk in Jerusalem. The meeting was held amid renewed Israel-Hamas negotiations in Doha, brokered by US, Egypt and Qatar.

Footage shows Netanyahu and McGurk shaking hands at the Israeli prime minister's office in Jerusalem and further talks between the politicians.

Netanyahu emphasised his commitment to the Gaza deal as long as 'Israeli red lines' are maintained, reported the Israeli government press office.

The Israeli delegation for talks in Doha includes Mossad chief David Barnea, Shin Bet chief Ronen Bar and IDF hostage negotiator Nitzan Alon, reported local media.

Fighting between Israel and Hamas in Gaza broke out after the Palestinian group launched an unprecedented attack on southern Israel on October 7, killing 1,139 people, mostly civilians, and kidnapping over 200, according to Israeli officials.

In the Gaza Strip, the Israeli army launched a large-scale campaign of air strikes and ground incursion, killing at least 38,295 and injuring more than 88,241 others, at the time of publication.

Israeli PM Netanyahu reaffirms commitment to Gaza deal if 'red lines are respected' following talks with US Middle East envoy McGurk

Israel, Jerusalem
July 10, 2024 at 13:47 GMT +00:00 · Published

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discussed a potential Gaza ceasefire deal and the release of hostages during talks with US Middle East envoy Brett McGurk in Jerusalem. The meeting was held amid renewed Israel-Hamas negotiations in Doha, brokered by US, Egypt and Qatar.

Footage shows Netanyahu and McGurk shaking hands at the Israeli prime minister's office in Jerusalem and further talks between the politicians.

Netanyahu emphasised his commitment to the Gaza deal as long as 'Israeli red lines' are maintained, reported the Israeli government press office.

The Israeli delegation for talks in Doha includes Mossad chief David Barnea, Shin Bet chief Ronen Bar and IDF hostage negotiator Nitzan Alon, reported local media.

Fighting between Israel and Hamas in Gaza broke out after the Palestinian group launched an unprecedented attack on southern Israel on October 7, killing 1,139 people, mostly civilians, and kidnapping over 200, according to Israeli officials.

In the Gaza Strip, the Israeli army launched a large-scale campaign of air strikes and ground incursion, killing at least 38,295 and injuring more than 88,241 others, at the time of publication.

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Mandatory credits: GPO

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discussed a potential Gaza ceasefire deal and the release of hostages during talks with US Middle East envoy Brett McGurk in Jerusalem. The meeting was held amid renewed Israel-Hamas negotiations in Doha, brokered by US, Egypt and Qatar.

Footage shows Netanyahu and McGurk shaking hands at the Israeli prime minister's office in Jerusalem and further talks between the politicians.

Netanyahu emphasised his commitment to the Gaza deal as long as 'Israeli red lines' are maintained, reported the Israeli government press office.

The Israeli delegation for talks in Doha includes Mossad chief David Barnea, Shin Bet chief Ronen Bar and IDF hostage negotiator Nitzan Alon, reported local media.

Fighting between Israel and Hamas in Gaza broke out after the Palestinian group launched an unprecedented attack on southern Israel on October 7, killing 1,139 people, mostly civilians, and kidnapping over 200, according to Israeli officials.

In the Gaza Strip, the Israeli army launched a large-scale campaign of air strikes and ground incursion, killing at least 38,295 and injuring more than 88,241 others, at the time of publication.

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