This came at a press conference held by Netanyahu on Saturday evening in Keria in Tel Aviv, according to the Israeli newspaper "Yedioth Ahronoth".When asked about the day after the war, and the possibility of the Palestinian Authority controlling Gaza, Netanyahu said, "After more than 50 days, Abu Mazen (Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas) still did not apologize or condemn the massacre," referring to the attack launched by "Hamas" on southern Israel on October 7 that killed more than 1200,<> people. During the same press conference, Netanyahu stressed that there are "differences with our friends in the US administration, but many times we succeed in convincing them," adding, "This is our war and we must make the decision," without further explanation.But US Vice President Kamala Harris said earlier today: "As Israel defends itself, it is important how it defends. The United States is unequivocally clear: international humanitarian law must be respected. "As Israel continues to achieve its military objectives in Gaza, we believe Israel must do more to protect innocent civilians," Harris said.In another letter to Israel, Harris said the United States would not allow the forcible transfer of Palestinians from Gaza or the West Bank, blockade Gaza or redraw Gaza's borders. "Ultimately, the PA's security forces must be strengthened to ultimately assume security responsibilities in Gaza," and "but until then, there must be security arrangements acceptable to Israel, the people of Gaza, the Palestinian Authority and international partners." "We want to see Gaza and the West Bank united under the Palestinian Authority, and Palestinian voices and aspirations must be at the heart of this work," she said.Harris noted that once the war is over, reconstruction efforts must be pursued with the goal of achieving a two-state solution in which Israel and Palestinians live in peace.