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Israel’s Post-War ‘Four Cornered’ Plan For Gaza Security Control, Palestine Bodies In-Charge

In the midst of the ongoing fight in the Gaza Strip with Hamas, Israel has released a post-war plan for the area. Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant reportedly made suggestions for Gaza’s future administration after Israel and Hamas’ battle is concluded, according to a BBC report. He claimed that under the plan’s suggested structure, Hamas would lose control of the area and there would be minimal Palestinian sovereignty over the land. He also added—quoted by the BBC—that Israel would continue to maintain total security control.

The health ministry, which is controlled by Hamas, reports that numerous individuals have died in the last 24 hours as the war in Gaza continues.

A “four corner” strategy is proposed, in which Israel maintains overall security control over Gaza. He declared that following the extensive damage brought about by Israeli bombardment, the responsibility for reconstructing the region would fall to a multinational force.

According to the idea, Palestinians would be in charge of administering the land, and Egypt, a neighbor, would also have an undefined role to play.

Israeli Defense Minister Gallant was cited by the BBC as saying, “Gaza residents are Palestinian, therefore Palestinian bodies will be in charge, with the condition that there will be no hostile actions or threats against the State of Israel.”

The report claims that certain far-right members of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s administration have stated that Palestinian citizens should be urged to leave Gaza for exile since Jewish settlements will be established there again, despite the fact that other nations in the region and some of Israel’s allies have rejected the idea as “extremist” and “unworkable.”

According to experts, Galant’s suggestions may be considered more realistic than those put out by some of his cabinet colleagues. To date, Netanyahu has not discussed administering Gaza in any detail in public.

Nevertheless, Galant’s strategy also delineated the Israeli military’s objectives for the subsequent stage of the conflict in Gaza. He continued by saying that Israeli forces would operate in the northern part of the Gaza Strip with greater precision, including air and ground strikes, raids, and tunnel demolition.

He declared that efforts to locate Hamas leaders and free Israeli captives held in the south will not stop on the part of the Israeli forces.



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