Israeli Hamas: The war between Israel and Hamas is currently on hold due to the ceasefire. However, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has once again announced that even though there is a ceasefire, our fight has not stopped. We will die only after destroying Hamas. Netanyahu also said Israel is committed to the return of all hostages. Meanwhile, according to Reuters report, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has confirmed that Hamas has released 12 more hostages. These include 10 Israelis and two foreign nationals. On the fifth day of the Israel-Hamas ceasefire, Israel Prison has released 30 Palestinian prisoners.
Israeli army taking care of escaped civilians
On the other hand, the Israeli Army’s special forces and Shin Bet Army 12 are busy taking care of the hostages who have returned to Israel. After their initial medical treatment and checkup, the army personnel will stay with the hostages released by Hamas until they recover from the hospital and reach their families. The IDF commander and his soldiers are embracing and saluting the people who escaped from Hamas.
Israel released 30 prisoners
Israel released 30 Palestinian prisoners on Tuesday as part of a ceasefire amid the fighting, The Times of Israel reported. The Israel Prison Service confirmed that it has released 30 Palestinian prisoners as part of a deal to free Israeli hostages in Gaza. According to Qatar, the list includes 15 women and 15 minors.
Many elderly people included among the hostages released by Hamas
Earlier today, the Jerusalem Post reported that Hamas released 12 more hostages, including two foreign nationals, on the first day of an extended ceasefire between Israel and Hamas. The hostages mainly include elderly people and some family members. As part of the agreement, Israel has halted aerial surveillance over the enclave for about 6 hours a day, the Jerusalem Post reports. So that Hamas can be helped in locating all the hostages, who are kept at different places.
60 women and child hostages have been freed from Gaza
Thus far, 60 women and child hostages have been released from Gaza. Meanwhile, under a separate agreement, a Filipino and 25 Thai nationals were released, according to the Jerusalem Post. An Israeli, who also has Russian citizenship, has also been released. Four women were also freed last month, two of whom were American and two Israeli.
Netanyahu roared, know what he said?
Meanwhile, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Tuesday that his country is committed to the return of all hostages and the elimination of Hamas. He promises his citizens that Gaza will no longer pose a threat to Israeli citizens. “We are committed to continuing our mission: the return of all our abducted people, the elimination of Hamas above and below ground, and the promise that Gaza will no longer pose a threat to Israeli citizens,” the Israeli PM wrote in his official post. Will do.”
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