The Palestinian resistance movement of Hamas has reportedly put forward its conditions for a durable truce with Israel.
Hamas offered its ceasefire proposal which includes the removal of the Israeli blockade of Gaza Strip and the opening of the Rafah border crossing with Egypt, reports say.
The terms of the proposed 10-year-long ceasefire also include the release of Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails. Most of those inmates were freed during a prisoner swap deal in 2011, but Israel rearrested them soon after.
The Palestinian resistance movement recently rejected an Egyptian initiative for a ceasefire with the Tel Aviv regime, saying it wasn’t consulted about the deal.