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Israel offers “an option” to Hamas to extend the truce

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Israel has offered the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas an “option” to extend the truce that began on Friday and which is due to end on Tuesday at 7:00 a.m. (5:00 a.m. GMT, midnight Quebec time), an Israeli government spokesperson said on Monday.

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“We want to receive 50 more hostages beyond tonight,” Eylon Levy said.

According to an Egyptian security source, the two sides are working on the details of an extension. “Israel insists on renewing the truce day after day,” while foreign mediators – Qatar, the United States and Egypt – propose a break in the fighting for “several days,” she told AFP.

Both camps also repeat that hostilities are far from over. “The campaign to put an end to Hamas and bring all our hostages home will resume as soon as the truce ends,” assured Eylon Levy.

“As soon as the framework (of the agreement) is completed, Israel will fully pursue its three objectives: eliminating Hamas, ensuring that the Gaza Strip will never be a threat to Israel’s security and freeing all hostages” .

The armed wing of Hamas, for its part, repeats that its fighters are “ready” if hostilities were to resume.

In total, 58 hostages have been released since Friday – 39 Israelis or dual nationals and 19 foreigners released without agreement.

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