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CONDITIONS REJECTED: Bibi Blasts Hamas Deal, Terror Group Says 'No Chance' for Hostage Release

posted by Hannity Staff - 1.22.24

According to a New York Post report, terror group Hamas is saying there is “no chance” for more hostages to be released after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected the latest terms.

“In exchange for the release of our hostages, Hamas demands the end of the war, the withdrawal of our forces from Gaza, the release of all the murderers and rapists,” Netanyahu stated in a video address.

“And leaving Hamas intact. I reject outright the terms of surrender of the monsters of Hamas,” he added.

Senior Hamas officials say there is now “no chance” for additional hostages to go free.

From The New York Post:

Sami Abu Zuhri, a senior Hamas official, countered by saying Bibi’s refusal to end the military offensive in the territory “means there is no chance for the return of the [Israeli] captives,” that were abducted in the group’s Oct. 7 terror attack.

Under a deal brokered by the US, Qatar and Egypt in late November, more than 100 of the estimated 240 hostages taken by Hamas during the Oct. 7 attack were freed in exchange for the release of 240 Palestinians held in Israeli prisons.

The Hostages and Missing Persons Families Forum demanded that the prime minister “clearly state that we will not abandon civilians, soldiers and others kidnapped in the October debacle.

“We must advance the deal now. If the prime minister decides to sacrifice the hostages, he should show leadership and honestly share his position with the Israeli public,” the group said in a statement.

This story is developing…

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