JERUSALEM (Worthy News)– Despite continuing rocket fire, Hamas and Islamic Jihad have reportedly accepted the language of an Egyptian ceasefire proposal.
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US working with Jordan, EU on Gaza ceasefire draft – Ynet News
The United States has prepared its own draft outline for a UN resolution demanding a ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and is now working with European powers and Jordan on a joint text, diplomats said on Monday.
Meanwhile, Palestinian and Israeli officials confirmed Monday night that a renewed Egyptian ceasefire proposal is being discussed and that the Palestinian factions are still waiting for Israel's response, for what some claim will be a limited ceasefire deal spanning up to a month, after which additional talks will take place.
Hamas official: Language of Egyptian cease-fire proposal 'acceptable' – Jerusalem Post
Islamic Jihad official says Israel is "eager to reach an agreement" despite its "arrogance," noting that senior Israeli officials have been involved in indirect talks; Israel says it won't negotiate under fire.
Report: Hamas, Islamic Jihad accept Egyptian ceasefire draft – Ynet News
Hamas and Islamic Jihad have accepted the Egyptian ceasefire proposal and are awaiting Israel's answer, Hamas official in Cairo, Mousa Abu Marzou told pan-Arab newspaper Al-Hayat on Tuesday.
"The new Egyptian document's wording is acceptable, but we're still discussing its details with the Egyptian side," Abu Marzouk said.
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