The Palestinian Prime Minister is convinced of Israel's desire to create an occupation administration in the Gaza Strip

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The Palestinian Prime Minister is convinced of Israel's desire to create an occupation administration in the Gaza Strip

Currently, Israel is carrying out a military operation in the Gaza Strip, but even after its completion, Israeli troops are unlikely to leave the Palestinian enclave. This point of view was expressed by Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammed Shtayyeh in an interview with the British newspaper Financial Times.

According to the head of the Palestinian government, Israel is seeking to create an occupation administration in the Gaza Strip. This structure, in his opinion, will function under the Israel Defense Forces (IDF). That is, the administration will be civilian, but at the same time subordinate to and closely interact with the military.



Previously, the Israeli authorities have already made it clear that there is no need to expect a quick withdrawal of the country's troops from the Gaza Strip. Officially, Israel aims to prevent a repeat of Hamas raids from the territory of the Palestinian enclave, and to do this it will have to leave units of the occupation forces in the enclave.

The United States clearly does not want to agree with the idea of ​​Israel occupying the Gaza Strip, at least in words. The American administration does not want to lose what remains of influence in the Arab world and expects that control over the Gaza Strip will be transferred to the Palestinian Authority.

However, this position does not suit the current Israeli government, which fears that in this case the Palestinian enclave will pose a further threat to the national security of the Israeli state.
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  2. +2
    4 January 2024 18: 32
    The Palestinian Prime Minister is convinced of Israel's desire to create an occupation administration in the Gaza Strip

    Who would doubt that? what Actually, this is the purpose of this conflict! sad
    1. AUL
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      4 January 2024 19: 15
      About the purpose of the conflict, you need to ask those who started this conflict, and not the one who is defending himself!
      1. 0
        5 January 2024 13: 03
        Quote from AUL
        About the purpose of the conflict, you need to ask those who started this conflict, and not the one who is defending himself!
        Of course, however, an objective view of the situation and its causes is not encouraged here. Other “trends” and “mainstreams” prevail...
        1. -2
          6 January 2024 12: 40
          Human sympathy for the people living in the territory occupied by the fascists and sympathy for their struggle against the fascist occupiers prevails.
        2. -2
          6 January 2024 12: 43
          But fascists are not welcome here, you’re right, you should go to your fascist sites to find mutual understanding.
      2. -2
        6 January 2024 12: 41
        And the goals are known to everyone! Liberate your homeland from the Nazis!
  3. -1
    4 January 2024 18: 49
    Israeli military expenses for two months of war - $33,5 billion. This is a lot even for Americans. But racial superiority requires sacrifice, which is why the restless Jews continue to turn absolutely everyone around against them again and again. At the same time, everyone is going crazy in their own way....
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    4 January 2024 19: 15
    My deep couch opinion.
    There will be no occupation. The gas sector is completely destroyed. There will soon be only ruins there. And after that everyone will leave and the Jews will come in. They will rebuild everything (here’s a boost to the economy) and declare this territory theirs. All the Arabs who remain there will either be squeezed out or destroyed under the pretext of terrorism.
    Then this scenario will be applied to Palestine.
    Israel has extreme overpopulation. They need territory. It didn’t work out with Ukraine, which means Gaza is closer, behind the fence. Then there will be Palestine.
  5. 0
    4 January 2024 20: 07
    No one should leave comments on this article..
    In addition to "glory to Israel" .. Then the hunt began for dogs.!
    They left a few comments to entice us and are waiting to see who will answer. angry
  6. +1
    4 January 2024 20: 11
    Previously, the Israeli authorities have already made it clear that there is no need to expect a quick withdrawal of the country's troops from the Gaza Strip.
    ...//
    The United States clearly does not want to agree with the idea of ​​Israel occupying the Gaza Strip, at least in words.
    ...//
    However, this position does not suit the current Israeli government...

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    1. -1
      6 January 2024 12: 44
      The Zionists are becoming alarmed...
  7. -1
    4 January 2024 20: 32
    What did he expect - they would come, shoot and leave?
  8. +1
    4 January 2024 20: 33
    White House National Security Council spokesman John Kirby admitted at a press conference yesterday that Hamas still has enormous power in the Gaza Strip and that Israel is unable to defeat it.
  9. -1
    4 January 2024 20: 47
    It would be difficult to expect a different point of view from Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammed Shtayyeh. I hope his fellow tribesmen in the common “struggle” will subjectively and objectively evaluate the politician’s “efforts” to establish peace in Gaza and end the persecution of Palestinians from their places of permanent residence. By the way, it’s strange that Hamas has not replaced the administration of the enclave, which hopes for its participation in managing the enclave despite Israeli aspirations for a ceasefire, given the complete fiasco of October 7, 2023
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    5 January 2024 12: 59
    The American administration does not want to lose what remains of influence in the Arab world and expects that control over the Gaza Strip will be transferred to the Palestinian Authority.

    However, this position does not suit the current Israeli government, which fears that in this case the Palestinian enclave will pose a further threat to the national security of the Israeli state.
    The Israeli Defense Minister recently announced (in fact confirming one of the main previous plans) his intention to transfer civilian control of the Gaza Strip to the Palestinian Authority. The only problem is ensuring security from terrorist attacks by radical Palestinian groups.
    1. -1
      6 January 2024 12: 45
      Fascism will not pass!
      Death to the Zionists!
  11. -1
    5 January 2024 13: 10
    “Governments” have also been created in Iraq and Libya, but they ask Uncle Sam for permission to pee...