A Hamas delegation returned on Thursday to Gaza in order to discuss an Egyptian-brokered peace plan with Israel.
The proposed plan would include improvement in the humanitarian conditions in Gaza, as well as the construction of a seaport in the Egyptian city of Ismailia and an airport in Sinai, Maariv and Lebanon’s Al Akhbar reported.
If the agreement is implemented, discussions regarding prisoners swaps would begin in two months. Hamas, however, has stated that it will not release the bodies of two soldiers killed in 2014, or two Israelis believed to be alive and in Hamas captivity, unless Israel releases convicted terrorist murderers who were freed in a 2011 prisoner swap and re-arrested for continued involvement in terror and murder.
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