Hamas threatened Saturday to suspend ceasefire talks unless humanitarian aid was brought into northern Gaza, where aid agencies have warned of a looming famine.

“The movement intends to suspend negotiations until aid is brought into northern Gaza,” a senior source in the terror group told AFP. “Negotiations cannot be held while hunger is ravaging the Palestinian people.”

Negotiations have been held in Cairo over the past week in an attempt to bring about a humanitarian pause as the war approaches its fifth month.

Simultaneously, Israeli officials have emphasized their intent to invade Rafah, the southernmost region of Gaza, to which the vast majority of the Gazan civilian population has been evacuated. The plan has drawn significant protest from several countries, including Egypt, which shares a land border with Rafah, and the United States of America.... Read More: Arutz-7