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Israel Boycotts Ceasefire Talks in Cairo; Protesters in Tel Aviv Criticize Netanyahu

HeadlineMar 04, 2024

Negotiations for a temporary ceasefire faced another setback Sunday when Israel boycotted talks in Cairo after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Hamas of not agreeing to provide a list of all living Israeli hostages. On Saturday, thousands of Israelis marched in Tel Aviv against Netanyahu.

Ofir Yehiel: “Israel is being controlled by a coalition of semi-dictatorial fascist people who don’t have the good of the people in their hearts. We’re being misled and led into this endless war that doesn’t have an end in sight. Our government doesn’t care about the more than 100 hostages that are held in Gaza right now. Our government doesn’t care about the people of Israel. They only care about their own interests. They’re all criminals. They’re crooks. They need to go out.”

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