Israel (bbabo.net) - Israel is ready to send a negotiating team to Cairo to negotiate a swap deal if Hamas gives up its inflated demands. Two official sources in Jerusalem told Wallanews.
Yesterday Israel said it would not take part in the second round of talks, scheduled for Tuesday in Cairo. The first round, as is known, ended with the approval of the agreement, which Hamas rejected. Instead, the leadership of the terrorist organization (it is not known exactly whether it was Sinwar and company in Gaza, or the foreign leaders of Hamas in Doha) put forward a priori impossible conditions, including eccentric demands regarding the lifting of the blockade of Gaza, Al-Aqsa and the detention of terrorists in Israeli prisons.
Israel responded that it would not discuss Hamas' demand to lift the blockade, and also called the demand for the release of "heavy prisoners with blood on their hands" unreasonable. According to Channel 12, Israel wants the release of such prisoners to be moved to the very last stage of the deal, when only captured soldiers and the bodies of those killed will remain in Hamas hands.
“If they change it, we will go,” the Israeli source said. He added that Jerusalem is in constant contact with Egyptian and Qatari mediators regarding Hamas' position.