A proposed ‘plan’ for Gaza future would see Israel retain overall control of Gaza’s security.

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Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant has presented an outline with some proposals for the future governance of Gaza after the end of the war between Israel and Hamas.

According to the plan presented by the Israeli Defense Minister, Palestinian dominance in the area will be limited.

He added that the administration of Gaza will not be in the hands of Hamas after this war, but the Israeli administration will oversee all matters related to this area.

On the one hand, this is the scheme presented by Israel, on the other hand, the Ministry of Health under the Hamas administration says that dozens of people have died in the last 24 hours in the operations of the Israeli army in Gaza.

US Secretary of State Anthony Blanken will visit the region this week. He is also expected to hold important meetings and talks with Palestinian officials and Israeli leaders in the occupied West Bank.

His visit comes at a critical time when tensions have risen in the region following the assassination of Hamas leader Saleh al-Aruri in the Lebanese capital Beirut on Tuesday. Israel is blamed for Saleh’s assassination. However, this happens due to the fact that since Saleh’s assassination in Beirut, Israel has neither confirmed nor denied his involvement in the incident.

Under Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant’s “Four Corners” plan, Israel will retain overall control of Gaza security.

He further said that an Israeli administration will take responsibility for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of the area following the massive destruction caused by Israeli bombing.

Neighboring Egypt will also have to play an unclear role in this plan.

But the document adds that the Palestinians would be responsible for administering the area.

He said that the residents of Gaza are Palestinians, so they will be responsible for managing Palestinian institutions, but at the same time, Israel has set the condition that all this will be possible if no further actions or threats are made against Israel. They come from the area.

The plan was not discussed in detail at the cabinet meeting and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has not commented publicly on it. The meeting reportedly ended acrimoniously, with some ministers expressing dismay at names proposed by Hamas for an investigation into the October 7 attack.

Talk of a “future” in Gaza has created deep divisions in Israel.

Some far-right members of Netanyahu’s government have said Palestinian citizens should be encouraged to leave Gaza in exile, and the controversial proposal to reestablish Jewish settlements in the region has drawn criticism from other countries in the region and some of Israel’s allies. He has rejected it as “extremist” and “impractical.”

While Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Galant’s proposals may be seen as more pragmatic than those of some of his cabinet colleagues, they are likely to be rejected by Palestinian leaders who say the end of the devastating war is not the end of war. After that, Gazans should be fully allowed to govern the territory themselves.

Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu has not publicly explained how Israel will govern Gaza.

However, on the contrary, Israeli Minister Atem has clearly stated that the war in Gaza may continue for several months, with the goal of completely expelling Hamas from Gaza.

Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant’s plan also outlines how the Israeli military plans to proceed in the next phase of the war in Gaza.

He said the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) would target more targets in the northern Gaza Strip, where operations would include raids, tunnel demolitions, and air and ground strikes.

He said the Israeli army in the south will continue trying to locate Hamas leaders and recover Israeli hostages.

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On Thursday, the IDF said it had attacked areas of northern and southern Gaza, including Gaza City and Khan Yunis.

He added that the IDF had carried out attacks against “terrorist hideouts” and had killed people they had identified as militants, according to the IDF. There was a dangerous attack against his soldiers with explosives.

The IDF also announced that Mamdouh Lulu, a senior Palestinian Islamic Jihad activist, had been killed in an airstrike carried out by them.

Witness Jamal Hamad Salah told Reuters news agency that “it was midnight, we were sleeping when the attack on the tents occurred, where a large number of people, mostly children, were sleeping.”

He further said that “we found a body about 40 meters from the tents that had been knocked down as a result of the airstrike.”

The Hamas-run Gaza Health Ministry has said 125 people have died in the Gaza Strip in the past 24 hours.

A Health Ministry official said 14 people, including nine children, were killed in Israeli airstrikes in al-Mawasi, west of Khan Yunis.

The small town has been declared a “safe haven” by Israeli forces for displaced Palestinians. The IDF has not commented on Hamas’ claims.

Witness Jamal Hamad Salah told Reuters news agency that “it was midnight, we were sleeping when the attack on the tents occurred, where a large number of people, mostly children, were sleeping.”

He further said that “we found a body about 40 meters from the tents that had been knocked down as a result of the airstrike.”

“There is no safe place in Gaza,”

says Jason Lee, Occupied Palestinian Territory director for the aid organization Save the Children. Fields, shelters, schools, hospitals, homes and so-called ‘safe zones’ should not be part of the battlefield.’

The Hamas-run Health Ministry says the total number of people killed in Gaza since the start of Israel’s counteroffensive exceeded 22,400 as of Thursday, about one percent of the territory’s 2.3 million people. .

Israel’s operation began when Hamas launched a surprise attack on southern Israel on October 7, killing 1,200 people, mostly civilians, and taking about 240 hostages.

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