Representatives of the families of Israeli prisoners held by factions said Palestinian resistance in Gaza strip They asked the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu They returned their families before any ground operation, stressing that their acceptance of an exchange deal was based on the principle of “all for all.”
They added in a press conference in front of the Tel Aviv Museum on Saturday evening that they asked Netanyahu to take the fate of these people into consideration when planning any action, and that they informed him that the prisoner exchange deal would receive great support, and they held the government alone responsible for the safety of their families.
Representatives of the families of the Israeli prisoners confirmed in a statement delivered on their behalf by the mother of one of the prisoners that they asked the Netanyahu government not to carry out any activity that would affect their families who are with the resistance in Gaza, and that their fate be a priority when making any decision.
They also confirmed that they asked Netanyahu to put… Deal A possible prisoner exchange was taken into consideration by both sides, and they informed him that it would gain broad national support, and that they hoped it would take place soon.
Conference participants chanted, “Send them all back now.”
The mother of a prisoner said that Netanyahu listened to them and took everything they said into consideration, stressing that he sensed the seriousness of the situation and was certain that the families of the prisoners were determined to continue the struggle to achieve their demands.
One of the prisoners’ families stressed the need for all prisoners to return now healthy and alive, adding, “The Prime Minister understands this well. We are not forced now to do things that lead to anything other than our unity.”
The spokesman continued, “We must unite because our enemy is cruel, and he hears us and draws lessons from everything we say,” adding, “As we said, the all-for-all deal is acceptable and we hope to implement it now and not soon.”
The father of a prisoner named Omer also said that they met with the government for about two hours and talked about all their fears, feelings and anxieties, and that they confirmed their acceptance of the “all for all” deal.