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Arab states reticent as U.S. pushes postwar plan for Gaza

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Secretary of State Antony Blinken sought to press ahead Monday with plans for securing and rebuilding Gaza once the Israel-Hamas war ends, but reticence among the Arab nations that U.S. officials envision will help oversee the devastated territory underscored the difficulty Washington faces in forging a “day after” blueprint.

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