UN Security Council Passes US Ceasefire Resolution, Analyst Warns Language Putting Gaza under PA Dangerous

Updated: June 11, 2024 at 6:15 am EST  See Comments

JERUSALEM, Israel – U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken met Monday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on his eighth visit to Israel since the beginning of the war.

He came to lobby for the latest U.S. ceasefire proposal between Israel and Hamas.

“It’s clear that virtually the entire world has come together in support of the proposal, and the only open question is will Hamas say yes?, Blinken said.

Hamas demands that Israel agree to the end of the war and the withdrawal of all Israeli forces from the Gaza Strip – both non-starters for Israel.

After the October 7th Hamas massacre, the worst attack on Jews since the Holocaust, Israel’s goal is to destroy the terror group so October 7th is not repeated.   

At the United Nations, the Security Council approved that U.S. resolution. It calls for the return of the hostages and an end to the war through a three-phased plan.

Both Hamas and the Palestinian Authority welcomed the resolution.

It calls for a two-state solution and “stresses the importance of unifying the West Bank under the Palestinian Authority.”

Itamar Marcus, founder of the Palestinian Media Watch, believes that language in the resolution is dangerous.

“We saw the October 7th

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