Maariv –Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced on Saturday evening his rejection to the Egyptian ceasefire bid.
Israeli newspaper Maariv reported the news and said: “This decision was taken after a meeting between Netanyahu and his Defence Minister Moshe Ya’alon.”
After the announcement of this news, it became clear why Israeli media has reported several times today that the Palestinian rejected the bid. It is to blame the Palestinians for turning back to violence.
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Palestinian and Israeli delegations are expected to arrive in Cairo tonight or tomorrow morning to resume indirect talks aiming to reach a ceasefire deal.
Both sides accepted on Wednesday at night a five-day expansion for a previous 72-hour truce. The five-day truce ends on Monday midnight.
Regarding their response for the Egyptian bid, the Palestinians said that they would accept any deal that guarantees lifting the Israeli eight-year old siege and stop Israeli war on Gaza, as well as allows free movement for people and good into and out of the Strip.