Egyptian sources have reported that US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Tel Aviv, Wednesday morning, to meet with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss the Palestinian resistance’s conditions to sign the elusive Egyptian-brokered ceasefire agreement.Sources added, according to the Palentinian News Network, that his schedule also included a meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, in Ramallah.

Present during Kerry’s recent discussions were the Secretary General of the United Nations, along with the Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Secretary General of Arab Labor and Egyptian president Abdel Fatah El-Sisi, reportedly to negotiate a ceasefire arrangement between Israel and Palestinian resistance in Gaza.

The PNN further reports that, while these negotiations continue, more than 650 Palestinians have been killed and over 3,720 have been injured in the ongoing Israeli aggressions which, according to the IMEMC’s collective resources, continue to targeted mostly civilians and civilian structures and, now, refugees seeking shelter from the indiscriminate attacks.

At least 27 Israeli soldiers have been reported killed since the ground operation began, with one taken prisoner by Palestinian resistance fighters.

See: Israeli Aggression on Gaza Continues To Claim Civilians Lives