Unfortunately, Netanyahu did not present such a plan.
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu presented a policy document on the future of the Gaza Strip after the end of hostilities to members of the military-political cabinet. The document contains key points that were presented for discussion and decision-making.

Plan goal

Netanyahu’s plan aims to achieve several main goals. The first goal is to eliminate the military capabilities and power infrastructure of Hamas and Islamic Jihad in the Gaza Strip. This should ensure Israel’s security and prevent a long-term threat from the Gaza Strip. The second goal is to prevent the reconstruction of terrorist infrastructure in the Gaza Strip by maintaining operational freedom of action for the Israeli military forces. The third goal is to create a secure border in the Gaza Strip, which will serve as a barrier to strengthening terrorist structures.

Key measures

To achieve these goals, Netanyahu’s plan provides for a number of measures. The IDF will continue its military operations in the Gaza Strip until its objectives are achieved. It is noted that operational freedom of action in the Gaza Strip will be maintained without time limits in order to prevent the restoration of terrorist infrastructure. A “Southern barrier” will be created jointly with Egypt and with the support of the United States to prevent the strengthening of terrorist structures in the Gaza Strip.

Security perimeter

As part of Netanyahu’s plan, a security perimeter will be built in the Gaza Strip along the border with Israel. It will continue to exist as long as there is a defense need for it. This will provide additional protection for Israel and prevent terrorists from entering its territory. In addition, the plan provides for Israel’s full control over the security situation in the territory between the Jordan River and the sea, including all the borders of the Gaza Strip.

Civil Administration

An important aspect of Netanyahu’s plan is civil administration. It will be implemented by local structures to ensure the normal functioning of the Gaza Strip after the end of hostilities. The plan also provides for the implementation of a de-radicalization program in religious institutions, education and social welfare systems. For this purpose, the experience of Arab countries that already have experience in deradicalization on their territory will be used.

The role of international structures

Netanyahu’s plan also calls for a change in the structure of aid to Palestinian refugees. Israel will seek to shut down the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) and replace it with other international agencies. This will allow for more efficient distribution of aid and ensure that it reaches those who really need it.

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