Israel will decide this morning whether or not to accept the Egyptian’s long-term truce plan, according to Israel Army Radio (Galatz).
Last night, most of the Gazan factions said they would accept it.
According to the terms of the truce, Israel will allow the reopening of all the border crossings and expand the Gazan fishing zone.
Only afterwards will remaining issues be discussed such as the demilitarization of Gaza (unlikely to happen), and an airport and deep sea cargo port (for easier importing and unloading of larger weapon systems).
The White House is preparing an outline agreement of the ceasefire agreement to present to the UN Security Council when it is ready.
During previous long-term truce agreements with Hamas, Hamas used those periods to expand and improve their weapons and fighting capabilities.
If Hamas is not demilitarized, this truce period will simply be a waiting period before a larger, and more deadly war.