What are the new conditions of the extended ceasefire between Israel and Hamas?
Tuesday, 28 November 2023
An agreement has been reached between Israel and Hamas to extend the temporary ceasefire for two days.
US National Security spokesman John Kirby has said that under this increased agreement, Hamas will release 20 more Israeli hostages.
Along with this, Israel's Prime Minister's Office has informed that it will release 50 additional Palestinian prisoners from its jail in the increased deal.
The Israeli Prime Minister's Office said on the morning of Tuesday, November 28, 2023, "The government has approved the release of an additional 50 Palestinian female prisoners, subject to the release of additional Israeli hostages."
On the night of Monday, November 27, 2023, Hamas released 11 Israeli prisoners. Which also included German, French and Argentinian citizens. At the same time, Israel also released 33 Palestinian citizens from its jails late on Monday, 27 November 2023.
Qatar's Foreign Ministry spokesman Majed El Ansari wrote on Twitter that many of the 11 Israelis released have citizenship of two countries.
Giving details, he wrote - "The Israelis released from Gaza include three French citizens, two Germans and six Argentinian citizens."
Quoting Hamas and Gaza's local media, news agency Reuters has said that among the 33 people released by Israel late on Monday, 27 November 2023, there are 30 boys and three women.
The extension of this temporary ceasefire will allow more vehicles filled with relief supplies to reach Gaza.
On October 7, 2023, Hamas attacked Israel in which 1200 people were killed and 240 people were taken hostage by Hamas.
After this, Israel is continuously attacking Gaza in which 14500 people have died.
A temporary ceasefire is in effect under the agreement between Hamas and Israel from Friday, 24 November 2023, which will continue till Wednesday, 29 November 2023.
Gaza ceasefire agreement between Israel and Hamas enters its fifth day, and more hostages may be released
Tuesday, 28 November 2023
The ceasefire agreement between Israel and Hamas in Gaza has entered the fifth day. Earlier, Qatar, which was mediating between the two sides, had announced extension of the ceasefire by 48 hours.
During this ceasefire period, three Palestinian prisoners will be released from Israeli jails. In return, Hamas will also release three hostages from Gaza.
A list of prisoners and hostages to be released is being prepared. But Hamas says it is not keeping all the hostages in the Gaza Strip.
It is believed from this statement of Hamas that the situation may become more complicated. Taking advantage of the ceasefire situation, the United Nations has increased the supply of aid material to the people of Gaza.
But the United Nations has also warned that the aid material being sent at present is like a drop in the ocean.
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