Rift between hostage families: ceasefire or continued fighting?

The World

There’s a growing rift between the families of hostages about whether to push for a ceasefire or continue to fight Hamas. The majority of hostages' families are adamant about a ceasefire in order to secure the release of their loved ones. But in the last month, a small group of families have formed a counter group, opposing negotiations with Hamas. The group, Forum Tikva (Hebrew for “Hope”), believes a deal “plays into the hands of Hamas.” Rebecca Rosman reports from Tel Aviv.

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