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Palestinians to "govern" Gaza post-war, ensuring no threat to Israel

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Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant declared on Monday that Palestinians would "govern" the Gaza Strip after the war, provided that the Palestinian Islamist movement no longer posed a threat to Israel.

 Yoav Gallant © X

doiIsraeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant declared on Monday that Palestinians would "govern" the Gaza Strip after the war, provided that the Palestinian Islamist movement no longer posed a threat to Israel.

"Palestinians live in the Gaza Strip. Consequently, Palestinians will govern it in the future. The future government of Gaza must emerge from the Gaza Strip and must be based on forces that do not pose a threat to the State of Israel," stated Yoav Gallant.

"We have clearly stated that the intensive stage of operations will last approximately three months. 

In the south, we will achieve this, and it will end soon," added the minister, who believes that "the time will come when we enter the next phase" of the war in Gaza.

As the conflict in Gaza continues, Israel appears to be considering a future in which Palestinians play a role in the governance of the region, provided there is no threat to Israeli security. 

This marks a significant development in the ongoing conflict and raises questions about the potential for future negotiations and peace in the region.

By Leslie Adou 

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