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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Israeli President Isaac Herzog said Israel cannot leave a vacuum in Gaza and would have to maintain a strong force there for the near future to prevent Hamas from re-emerging in the Palestinian enclave, the Financial Times reported today. — Reuters pic
JERUSALEM, Nov 16 — Israeli President Isaac Herzog said Israel cannot leave a vacuum in Gaza and would have to maintain a strong force there for the near future to prevent Hamas from re-emerging in the Palestinian enclave, the Financial Times reported today.
“If we pull back, then who will take over? We can’t leave a vacuum. We have to think about what will be the mechanism; there are many ideas that are thrown in the air,” Herzog said in an interview with the FT.
“But no one will want to turn this place, Gaza, into a terror base again”, he added.
Last week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told ABC News that Israel will “for an indefinite period” have security responsibility of the enclave after the war but the United States pushed back saying Palestinians should govern Gaza once Israel ends its war against Hamas.
Herzog told FT that Israel’s government was discussing many ideas about how Gaza would be run once the war between Israel and Hamas ends and added that he assumed that the United States and “our neighbours in the region” would have some involvement in the post-conflict order.
US President Joe Biden on Wednesday said that he had made it clear to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that a two-state solution was the only answer to resolve the Israel-Palestinian conflict and that occupying Gaza would be “a big mistake.” — Reuters
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