Israel, Hamas Resume Dialogue On Long-term Truce And Prisoner Swap Deal

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Talks over the past two days have resumed between Hamas and Israel through Egyptian, Qatari and UN mediators over a long-term truce agreement, which also cover the issue of a prisoners swap deal, the Lebanese daily Al-Akhbar reported Friday.

According to the report, in return for long-term calm in Gaza, construction of new facilities are being considered for Palestinians, such as a Turkish-funded desalination plant, a new US-funded hospital, and a new power station.

It was also reported that UN Middle East envoy Nickolay Mladenov will meet Hamas leaders after he had met with Israeli interim Defense Minister Naftali Bennett in Tel Aviv.

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{Matzav.com}

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  1. “in return for long-term calm in Gaza, construction of new facilities are being considered for Palestinians” Has Israel’s retaliation by destroying empty buildings destroyed them all?

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