The Negotiations for Gaza Ceasefire Continue in Cairo


There are ongoing negotiations between Egypt, Qatar, the United States, Israel, and Hamas. The meetings are scheduled to take place in Cairo for three days to discuss a plan for a ceasefire in Gaza. The Egyptian President, Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, had a talk in Cairo with the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA), Wiliam Burns, and Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al-Thani, the Qatari Prime Minister on 13 February to discuss the situation in Gaza, work on achieving a ceasefire, and explore collaborating on delivering humanitarian aid. “The Israeli delegation returned to Tel Aviv to inform its leaders of the results of the meeting and is scheduled to return to Cairo later today to complete the negotiations. Meanwhile, a delegation from the Palestinian factions arrived at Cairo to discuss new provisions,” Ayman Al Raqab, the political science professor at Al Quds University, explained on Tuesday, 13 February, in an interview. In late January, Israel proposed a two-month ceasefire and the release of Palestinian detainees if Hamas set free Israeli hostages and its leaders left Gaza and moved to other countries. This proposal was rejected by Hamas. The new negotiation draft, announced…

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