Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discussed with former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak the resettlement of Palestinians to the Sinai Peninsula and the annexation of the Gaza Strip. About this with reference to Egyptian media writes Iraqi TV channel Al Sumariaо.
In particular, the media refer to an audio recording in which Mubarak says that Netanyahu told him about his desire to annex the Gaza Strip and noted that its population could move to the Sinai Peninsula. The former Egyptian president responded by calling on Netanyahu to forget about it.
Earlier, the TV presenter of the inter-Arab channel Al Ghad, Amro Abd El-Hamid, asked Russian President Vladimir Putin how he assessed the calls that were heard inside Israel for the Palestinians to move to Sinai. The Russian president responded by saying that the Palestinians live on their historical land, and these calls are not what can lead to peace.
On the morning of October 7, the Palestinian group Hamas began military operations against Israel. The militants attacked the army’s border units and freely entered Israeli populated areas, where they captured an unknown number of hostages, both military and civilian. The Israel Defense Forces responded by launching Operation Iron Swords, and the Israeli government announced that the country had entered a state of war.
According to the latest data, more than 2,000 people have died as the Palestinian-Israeli conflict escalates.