Second report details broader truce terms

The Hebrew NRG news website presents ten conditions Hamas is demanding for a ten-year ceasefire, citing a senior Palestinian official as its source.

The first condition is that the IDF withdraw its tanks deeper into Israel, allowing Palestinian farmers access to land close to the Gaza-Israel border.

The terror group calls for the release of all prisoners arrested as part of the Operation Brother’s Keeper, following the June 12 abduction of Naftali Fraenkel, 16, Eyal Yifrach, 19, and Gil-ad Shaar, 16.

Hamas demands the blockade be lifted on all its borders. It says the Rafah crossing must be opened and placed under UN control, calls for the establishment of an airport and port under UN supervision, and asks to expand its fishing zone by ten kilometers. Hamas says the borders of the Gaza Strip must be manned by UN troops, and says Israel must not intervene in the Fatah-Hamas reconciliation agreement and Palestinian unity government.

The list of demands also says Israel must ease the restrictions for Palestinians seeking to pray on the Temple Mount, and calls for boosting development in the coastal enclave and restoring its infrastructure.

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