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Headline : Gaza Destruction Likely Helped Push Hamas To Soften Cease-Fire Demands, Officials Say

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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) โ€” Several officials in the Middle East and the U.S. believe the level of devastation in the Gaza Strip caused by a nine-month Israeli offensive likely has helped push Hamas to soften its demands for a cease-fire agreement.

Hamas over the weekend appeared to drop its longstanding demand that Israel promise to end the war as part of any cease-fire deal. The sudden shift has raised new hopes for progress in internationally brokered negotiations.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday boasted that military pressure โ€” including Israelโ€™s ongoing two-month offensive in the southern Gaza city of Rafah โ€” โ€œis what has led Hamas to enter negotiations.โ€

Hamas, an Islamic militant group that seeks Israelโ€™s destruction and took control of Gaza in 2007, is highly secretive and little is known about its inner workings.

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