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Gaza Ceasefire

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Hamas responds to proposed Gaza ceasefire, seeking amendments. US evaluates request. UN Security Council endorses ceasefire plan. Blinken urges Hamas to accept truce. Israel vows to continue in Gaza. Australia pledges extra aid. Ceasefire resolution gains momentum. Biden emphasizes Hamas commitment needed for deal.

"Push for Gaza truce intensifies as Blinken urges Hamas to accept plan amidst UN vote. Global leaders work to end Gaza-Israel conflict. Ceasefire imperative for peace!"

Right-leaning sources express outrage over the UN Security Council's ceasefire resolution, condemning the language used to address conflict between Israel and Hamas as biased against Israel.

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The United Nations Security Council recently voted in favor of a resolution supporting a cease-fire plan between Israel and Hamas in Gaza. The resolution was widely backed by council members and was strongly endorsed by the U.S. Secretary of State, Antony Blinken. The cease-fire plan aimed to bring an end to the ongoing conflict in Gaza, with Blinken calling on Hamas to accept the proposal [1] [2] [3].

The resolution received support from many countries globally, including Australia, and observers deemed it as a step towards peace in the region. However, Hamas, which initially welcomed the resolution, still had to formally accept the cease-fire deal for it to be fully effective [4] [5] [6].

The U.S.-backed peace deal faced challenges as Hamas was urged to accept the cease-fire proposal while Israel maintained its position to press on in Gaza until Hamas agreed. Although the resolution aimed to end the conflict and ensure the safety of civilians, the situation remained tense as Israel waited for Hamas’s response [7] [8] [9].

As discussions around the cease-fire continued with international support, the spotlight was on Hamas to accept the proposal and pave the way for peace negotiations in the region. The resolution was seen as a critical step towards de-escalating the volatile situation in Gaza and bringing an end to the violence that had been ongoing for some time [10] [11] [12].

Despite the Security Council's approval of the resolution, the ultimate success of the cease-fire depended on Hamas's agreement and the willingness of all parties involved to commit to a peaceful resolution [13] [14].

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