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“The Gaza conflict has been a test for the Abraham Accords, and it is also an opportunity. The signs at this stage are positive, but more than just nice words—or the absence of condemnation—will be required,” says Simon Henderson at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.

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The U.S. administration believes that to prevent a return to violence, the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas must be used “to address a larger set of underlying issues and challenges,” said U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, beginning with the “grave” humanitarian situation in Gaza.

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“The appeasement on the nuclear question leads to appeasement across the region,” said Michael Doran of the Hudson Institute. The Biden administration “cannot acknowledge the role Iran is playing in Gaza because if it does, it will be asked to leave the negotiating table in Vienna.”

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Israeli Ambassador Gilad Erdan said “it took the general assembly a few months to convene a discussion on the fight against COVID-19. But when it comes to holding a debate to pressure Israel and give a terrorist organization a free pass, you were able to convene after only 11 days. What a disgrace.”

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To help safeguard Israeli citizens in recent days, the Israel Defense Forces hit 430 Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad rocket-launchers, and more than 20 rocket-launching operatives, said IDF figures, resulting in a degradation of the terror organizations’ capabilities.

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