Hamas Says There Is ‘No Chance’ for Release of Hostages After Netanyahu Rejects Deal

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The approximately 130 Israelis still currently being held hostage by Hamas will never be freed, a militant leader said after Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu rejected the terror group’s conditions to end the war Sunday, the NY Post reports. “In exchange for the release of our hostages, Hamas demands the end of the war, the withdrawal of our forces from Gaza, the release of all the murderers and rapists,” Netanyahu stated in a video address.
“And leaving Hamas intact. I reject outright the terms of surrender of the monsters of Hamas,” he added.

Sami Abu Zuhri, a senior Hamas official, countered by saying Bibi’s refusal to end the military offensive in the territory “means there is no chance for the return of the [Israeli] captives,” that were abducted in the group’s Oct. 7 terror attack.

Relatives of the hostages demanded action during a protest outside his residence late Sunday.

“We need the government to now fix the problem that they have created and get these hostages home immediately, said Jon Polin, father of Hersh Goldberg-Polin, according to Reuters.

The Hostages and Missing Persons Families Forum demanded that the prime minister “clearly state that we will not abandon civilians, soldiers and others kidnapped in the October debacle. “We must advance the deal now. If the prime minister decides to sacrifice the hostages, he should show leadership and honestly share his position with the Israeli public,” the group said in a statement.

{Matzav.com Israel}


4 COMMENTS

  1. Chuck, by the way, did you remember to blame the left for creating his problem? or did you conveniently forget about them and all the evil they have helped unleash in the country

    • It has nothing to do with Hamas and everything to do with the US who are currently cleaning the Gazan tunnels. The hostages will be released when they’re done down there.

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