Netanyahu warns Palestinian Authority ‘No support will be allowed”

Anjali Sharma

GG News Bureau

NEW YORK, 21st Nov. Israeli Prime Moinister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday stated that no agreement had yet been reached with Hamas on releasing hostages through negotiations.

He described the media claims as “incorrect” and promised to notify the public in the event that a deal was made.

Netanyahu threatened the Palestinian Authority in a video that was uploaded on X for their denial that Hamas was involved in the attack on Israel on October 7.

Netanyahu accused Mahmoud Abbas of denying Hamas’ culpability in the attack and criticized him for not denouncing it.

He cited a Palestinian Foreign Ministry statement that condemned Israel for the killing and disavowed Hamas’ role in it.

Netanyahu wrote in the post X “The Palestinian Foreign Ministry published a shocking announcement today it denied that Hamas was the one who carried out the terrible massacre at the party in Ra’im, and blamed it on Israel. It is not enough that for 44 days Abu Mazen refuses to condemn the terrible massacre, now his people deny this massacre and turn the blame on Israel. Holocaust denier Abu Mazen now also denies the Hamas-ISIS massacre”.

He warned of any future support to terrorism, adding: “I want to be clear the day after we eliminate Hamas, we will not allow whoever runs the civil administration in Gaza to deny terrorism, support terrorism, pay for terrorism, and educate their children for terrorism and the destruction of the State of Israel. We will not allow that.”

Netanyahu issued his warning after allegations by the Palestinian Authority that Israel used fake media to support the attack on Gaza.

It accused Israel of attacking its own people on October 7 during the Supernova music festival, citing a preliminary probe report from the Israeli Police that was cited in The Times of Israel.

Netanyahu stated that no agreement had yet been reached with Hamas.

He described the media claims as “incorrect” and promised to notify the public in the event that a deal was made.

Netanyahu said, “We are marching with you; I am marching with you; all of the people of Israel are marching with you,” he was speaking to the captives and their families during a news conference.

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