April 23, 2024

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Israeli Minister Netanyahu Disgruntled in America • Ceasefire talks have stalled

Israeli Minister Netanyahu Disgruntled in America • Ceasefire talks have stalled

Search for survivors of the blast

Dozens of people searched for bodies under collapsed buildings last night after Israeli airstrikes on Rafah. At least three people were rescued from the rubble alive, the AP news agency reported.

Further north in the Gaza Strip, in Deir al-Bala, the bodies of victims of another bombing were brought to a hospital last night. According to Palestinian sources, the attack was carried out At least twelve people for life.

After the night bombings in the Gaza Strip

Gantz, the Israeli minister in Washington, to Netanyahu's annoyance

Israeli Minister Benny Gantz is in the US to hold talks with the Biden administration, including on a ceasefire and humanitarian aid in the Gaza Strip. The next day, Gantz will meet with Vice President Kamala Harris. He called on Sunday for an immediate six-week ceasefire in Gaza, which Israel has yet to agree to.

Gantz's visit drew condemnation from Prime Minister Netanyahu. He would not have coordinated the trip with him. Sources tell AP that Netanyahu had a robust conversation with Gantz. According to the newspaper Haaretz Gantz's trip underscores “total distrust of Netanyahu.”

Gantz and Netanyahu have been rivals in recent years. After the Hamas attack on October 7, the then opposition leader joined the Israeli war cabinet. He is now without a ministerial post, but the rivalry with Netanyahu does not seem over.

Benny Gantz (archive photo)