“We might not get everything we want, particularly on freedom of movement. But we believe the Israelis and the world have gotten the point that Gazans should live normally and things should be much better than today,” said one negotiator.

Reporting on his conversation with Marzouk, Kingsley wrote:

Blaming Hamas’s rockets for the ongoing military offensive, Israel’s prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, said Sunday that Israel refuses to negotiate “under fire.”

“At no stage did we declare [Israel’s military offensive] was over,” Netanyahu continued. “The operation will continue until its objective – the restoration of quiet over a protracted period – is achieved. I said at the beginning and throughout the operation – it will take time, and stamina is required.”

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