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Netanyahu says Israel doesn't plan to occupy Gaza permanently



IIE Digital Desk: Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli is set to miss the series opener against Afghanistan in the 1st T20I. The responsibility of leading the team in his absence will fall on the capable shoulders of vice-captain Rohit Sharma. To further add to the anticipation, Rohit Sharma and the dynamic Yashasvi Jaiswal are slated to open the innings, offering fans a glimpse of a potentially explosive partnership at the top.

Kohli's absence from the playing XI for the first T20I has left cricket enthusiasts speculating about the reasons behind the skipper's decision. However, the team management assures that this move is part of a strategic plan, and Kohli is expected to return for subsequent matches in the series.

The focus now shifts to Rohit Sharma and Yashasvi Jaiswal, who are gearing up to face Afghanistan's bowling attack in what promises to be an intriguing contest. Fans eagerly await the outcome of this strategic move as India aims to start the series on a winning note under Rohit Sharma's captaincy.

"Our goal is to rid Gaza of Hamas terrorists and free our hostages. Once this is achieved, Gaza can be demilitarised and deradicalised, there by creating a possibility for a better future for Israel and Palestinians alike," he added.

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