“Israel’s Response to UN Resolution: Alleged Retaliation Following No Gaza Attacks During Ramadan”

Hamas, the pro-independence Palestinian armed group, expressed support for the UN ceasefire proposal on Monday, despite facing opposition from Israel.

A resolution for a ceasefire in Gaza during the month of Ramadan was passed by the United Nations Security Council. And after that resolution was passed, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cancelled the visit of the diplomatic delegation to America. They have been ordered to return from Washington by Tel Aviv.

US President Joe Biden called for a six-week ceasefire in Gaza after the start of Ramadan in the second week of March. The United States, which has the right to veto, also agreed to the resolution of the Security Council to stop the Israeli military attack on Gaza during the month of Ramadan. After that, this step of the Netanyahu government. Incidentally, Netanyahu recently said that he has not spoken to American President Biden for a long time due to disagreements over the military operation in Gaza! The resolution passed by a 14-0 vote in the Security Council said that this step is to spare the ordinary citizens of Gaza from the horrors of war during the holy month of Ramadan. Significantly, the pro-independence Palestinian armed group Hamas welcomed the UN resolution on Monday. Along with that, they also agreed to continue the prisoner exchange with Israel. 

Incidentally, Netanyahu’s army has been carrying out continuous attacks since the attack on Israeli territory by Hamas’s al-Qasham Brigade from Gaza on October 7. Under no circumstances will military operations cease until all Israeli hostages are released. According to some American media, in a meeting at the White House on Sunday, the Israeli representatives asked for an army operation in Rafah in southern Gaza to free the hostages. But with over 1.5 million Palestinians sheltering in hundreds of refugee camps, the Biden administration rejected the proposal for a military operation.  

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