White House Aims to Force Ceasefire Deal on Israel

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The White House is pushing Israel to accept a ceasefire, but critics are saying that any ceasefire is pointless without victory over Hamas.

From CBN. Israelis were saddened to learn Monday that more bodies of the Hamas-held hostages have been found as the U.S. continues the pressure on Israel to agree to a ceasefire.

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The Israeli military confirmed the deaths of four hostages while they were being held captive in Gaza.

IDF Spokesman Daniel Hagari announced, “Their loved ones were killed a few months ago during Hamas captivity in Gaza and their bodies are still being held by Hamas. We assess that the four of them were killed while together in the area of Khan Younis during our operation there against Hamas.” …

The Biden administration claims the remaining hostages could be freed and the war would end if Israel and Hamas would accept a ceasefire backed by the White House.

The U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thompson is urging the U.N. Security Council to support the three-phase plan announced by President Biden to end the war.

Israeli columnist and commentator Caroline Glick told CBN News the latest White House tactic is bad for Israel. …

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has rejected the part of the plan that would end the war before Israel destroys Hamas’ ability to govern Gaza and strike the Jewish nation.

Biden and his State Department assert the IDF has already weakened Hamas to such an extent that the terrorist group can no longer launch deadly attacks like it did on October 7th. So, in their view, Israel should accept an end to the war now. …

Israel counters that the pitched battles and Hamas rocket launches still ongoing in Gaza prove Hamas is far from defeated. …

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(Excerpt from CBN. Photo Credit: Amir Levy/Getty Images)

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