Israel Agrees To Gaza Ceasefire Framework, Hamas To Decide: REPORT

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Israel has “more or less accepted” a proposal for a six-week ceasefire in Gaza in exchange for a release of vulnerable hostages, an official told the Associated Press (AP).

The framework is dependent on Hamas’ acceptance of the deal, the official told the AP.

“Right now, the ball is in the court of Hamas and we are continuing to push this as hard as we possibly can,” the source said, the AP reported.

Senior administration official on HOSTAGE DEAL talks: “Right now, the ball is in the court of Hamas.” Says the framework is there.

Israel has “basically” signed on to the elements.

It is six-week ceasefire.

With release of hostages: specifically, the sick, elderly, women. — Kellie Meyer (@KellieMeyerNews) March 2, 2024

The Biden administration wants to see a ceasefire agreed to before the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, which starts March 10, the AP reported. (RELATED: REPORT: Hamas Claims Seven Hostages Were Killed)

Mediators from the U.S., Egypt and Qatar met Feb. …

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