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The Media Line: Netanyahu Rejects Military’s Proposal for Daily Humanitarian Pauses in Gaza

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Netanyahu Rejects Military’s Proposal for Daily Humanitarian Pauses in Gaza

By The Media Line Staff

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday vocally opposed the military’s newly announced plans to implement daily tactical pauses in the conflict along key routes into Gaza. These pauses, intended to facilitate the delivery of humanitarian aid, are set to occur daily from 0500 GMT to 1600 GMT, starting from the Kerem Shalom Crossing and extending to the Salah al-Din Road, then northwards.

The initiative, aimed at easing the worsening humanitarian crisis in Gaza as reported by international organizations, was immediately met with disapproval from Netanyahu. According to an Israeli official, upon learning of the 11-hour morning pause, the Prime Minister expressed his discontent, labeling the move as “unacceptable” during a discussion with his military secretary.

National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir, a key figure in one of Netanyahu’s coalition’s nationalist religious parties, also criticized the proposed pauses, calling the decision-maker a “fool” and demanding their dismissal.

The military, however, clarified that operations would persist in Rafah, a primary focus of their operations in southern Gaza, where conflict intensity remains high following the recent deaths of eight soldiers.

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