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Hamas likely ‘embarrassed’ by fallout from hostage rescue, says former Mideast envoy

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Four hostages were rescued over the weekend by Israeli forces, but the families of the remaining hostages in Gaza will “continue to be a source of pressure” on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, said Ambassador Dennis Ross. “Hamas is probably embarrassed by what happened,” Ross said. “In the immediate aftermath of that, I don’t believe that you’re going to see a greater likelihood of a ceasefire deal being done.”

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