Hamas officials reject cease-fire deal amidst Bidens ice cream diplomacy

President Biden’s recent prediction of a cease-fire agreement between Hamas and Israel has hit a roadblock, as multiple Hamas officials have rejected the deal. Despite the optimistic outlook from the US President, there seems to be no breakthrough in negotiations according to Hamas officials.

Ahmad Abdelhadi, a Hamas official, stated that the current deal falls short of fulfilling their demands, while spokesperson Basem Naim indicated that they have not received any new proposals. This lack of progress has raised doubts about the likelihood of a swift resolution to the ongoing conflict.

Adding to the uncertainty, Qatar has stated that there is no deadline for reaching an agreement, leaving the situation in a state of limbo. Meanwhile, Israel is reportedly preparing for an expected invasion of Rafah, regardless of whether a cease-fire deal is reached.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has confirmed that the invasion will proceed at some point, underscoring the seriousness of the situation. With tensions escalating and negotiations at a standstill, the prospects for a peaceful resolution to the conflict remain uncertain. Stay tuned to Bio Prep Watch for the latest updates on this developing story.

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