Hamas open to continue negotiations for a ceasefire in Gaza

Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh blamed Israel for the lack of an agreement.

Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh stated on Sunday that the Palestinian group remains open to talks with Israel, despite unsuccessful mediation attempts for a Ramadan truce.

Haniyeh blamed Israel for the lack of an agreement but expressed openness to continue negotiations.

Recent talks involving Qatar, the United States, and Egypt, key mediators, were disrupted by Hamas’s demands, including a complete cessation of hostilities and the withdrawal of Israeli troops.

The negotiations also stalled as Hamas refused to provide a list of the names of living hostages, crucial information for Israel’s negotiation process.

The proposed deal included a six-week truce and the release of 40 captives in exchange for 400 Palestinian prisoners.

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