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A report reveals the "Israeli plan" for Gaza after the war

On Saturday, the Israeli Public Broadcasting Authority (KAN) revealed Israel's plan for the future of the Gaza Strip, which it said would soon be presented to the Council of Ministers.

تقرير يكشف "الخطة الإسرائيلية" لغزة ما بعد الحرب

According to the evening bulletin of the Kan channel, the plan, which was recently discussed by the National Security Council in Israel, includes Israeli civil administration of the Palestinian sector for a period ranging from 6 months to one year.

The coordinator of Israeli government activity in the Palestinian territories will be responsible for managing the Gaza Strip during that period, according to the plan.

According to what was reported by "Kan", the provision of public services to the residents of Gaza will be through private Arab companies.

The same source stated that this plan came "in light of the IDF's criticism of the political leadership for not making decisions regarding the Gaza Strip after the war."

According to the details of the Israeli plan, control of the Strip will eventually transfer to “local parties that are not hostile” to Israel, without naming them.

The Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation said in its report that the security services and political leadership in Israel are holding “talks and meetings with concerned parties to formulate this plan.”

Although the war has reached its eighth month, the future of the Gaza Strip after the end of the fighting is still unclear.

Last month, US Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, said in his speech during a World Economic Forum event in the Saudi capital, that the Biden administration will continue its months-long endeavor to reach an arrangement regarding Gaza, which has been controlled by Hamas since 2007.

Blinken noted that “a lot of work has been done on this matter,” but at the same time stressed that “in the absence of a real political horizon for the Palestinians, it will be very difficult, if not impossible, to have a coherent plan for Gaza itself, so we We are working on that too."

Shortly after Israel launched its crackdown on Hamas following the October 7 attack, the administration of US President Joe Biden began developing a plan for post-war security and governance in the Gaza Strip.

American officials suggested that the Palestinian Authority, which governs parts of the West Bank, may take over responsibility in Gaza after restructuring this institution.



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