Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has canceled a trip to Washington for an official delegation after the United Nations Security Council approved a resolution calling for a ceasefire in Gaza. Netanyahu said the decision was a message to Hamas, urging them not to trust international pressure to prevent Israel from taking action.

Netanyahu criticized the US abstention from the UN vote, calling it a mistake that encouraged Hamas to take a hard line. The delegation was supposed to discuss a possible military offensive in Rafah, but Netanyahu decided against it after Biden’s suggestion to consider targeting Hamas without a major ground offensive.

Israel launched an offensive in response to Hamas attacks, resulting in numerous casualties. Talks on a ceasefire in Gaza are ongoing in Doha, despite the withdrawal of the delegation from Washington. The conflict has caused significant loss of life and ongoing peace negotiations.

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