Hamas: An Israeli offensive in Rafah will torpedo hostage negotiations

A Hamas spokesman tells the terrorist organization’s Al Aqsa channel that if Israel launches an offensive on Rafah, where some 1 million displaced people are sheltering, will put an end to any negotiations for a hostage deal.

His comments come after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told ABC News in an excerpt from an interview set to air later today that Israel will “get the remaining Hamas terrorist battalions in Rafah.”

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