Israeli newspaper: "Hamas" refuses to reach an agreement to return our captured soldiers


JERUSALEM – Israeli sources denied on Saturday evening that some news websites reported progress in negotiations with Hamas to complete a prisoner exchange deal with Tel Aviv.

According to the newspaper "Yediot Aharonot" Hebrew that the Israeli sources confirmed the incorrect reports that there is progress in negotiations with Hamas for a prisoner exchange deal with their country.

Unfortunately, Hamas refuses to take realistic steps to reach an agreement on the return of Israeli soldiers.

The newspaper pointed out that it was reported that a high-level Israeli delegation met with a delegation from the Palestinian movement "Hamas" in Cairo, to discuss the file of Israeli soldiers captured in Gaza.

The newspaper pointed out that there are four Israeli prisoners held by Hamas in Gaza, the two soldiers, Hadar Goldwyn and Oron Shaul, and civilians Avraham Mengistu and Hisham al-Sayyed, and the first of Ethiopian origin and the second of Arab origin, and detained by Hamas since the last Israeli war on the Gaza Strip, the "steadfast shelf war" (July 2014).

The Hamas leader in the Gaza Strip, Yahya Sinwar, last week denied negotiations with Israel on a prisoner exchange deal, saying: There are no negotiations on this file, they are unable to make decisive decisions on this strategic file.

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