Israel announced: Prisoners in Gaza are being released

Israel announced: Prisoners in Gaza are being released

News on Israeli state television KAN, based on a senior Israeli official, stated that under the outline of the agreement reached with Hamas, Israel would receive the names of the prisoners to be released through the International Committee of the Red Cross. Cruz (ICRC) the afternoon of the previous day.

In exchange, it was reported that Israel would give the ICRC the names of the Palestinian prisoners it would release.

It was reported that the families of Israeli prisoners expected to be released this morning would not be informed this afternoon, and that captured prisoners would be reunited with their families after completing their health checks at the hospital. The news said: “The process of releasing the captives will begin at 10:00 every day.” It was said.


The news said that the prisoners to be released will be handed over to the ICRC first to be handed over to Israel, and noted that the Palestinian prisoners will be released after the Israeli prisoners are handed over to the authorities.

It was stressed that, under the agreement, three Palestinian prisoners would be released each day for every Israeli prisoner released, and that a single bullet fired in the region would be considered a violation of the agreement, but would not mean the end of the agreement.

The news also said that the humanitarian pause was scheduled to be extended after four days to ensure the release of more Israeli prisoners.

On the other hand, Israeli Army Radio also shared the news that the detained Palestinian children will be released with their mothers in accordance with the agreement reached between Israel and Hamas.

The news noted that Egypt, Qatar and the US were the guarantors of reconciliation, and stated that Hamas had approximately 80 women and children captive, making it possible to extend the humanitarian pause to 7 days.

The head of Hamas’ International Relations Office, Musa Abu Marzouk, also said that the humanitarian pause in the fighting between Israel and Hamas will begin at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, November 23.


While Hamas’s armed wing, the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, launched a comprehensive attack on the morning of October 7, claiming that Israel was “responding to its continued violations against the Palestinians and their sacred values, especially the Masjid al-Aqsa”, the Israeli army also launched intense airstrikes against the Gaza Strip. The bombing began.

It was announced that 1,200 Israelis, including more than 310 soldiers, were killed and 5,132 people were injured in the attacks in Israel on October 7.

According to the Israeli army, 70 Israeli soldiers have been killed in clashes in Gaza and 6 on the Lebanese border since October 7.

According to Israel, there are 239 Israeli prisoners held by the Qassam Brigades.

According to the Gaza government, 14,532 people, including more than 6,000 children and 4,000 women, have been killed in the Gaza Strip in Israeli attacks since October 7.

Since October 7, 226 Palestinians have lost their lives in attacks by Israeli forces and Jewish settlers in the occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.

The Israeli army attacked the campuses or main buildings of dozens of Gaza hospitals, where tens of thousands of wounded and civilians took refuge, to force their evacuation. Some hospitals were raided during the occupation. Hundreds of people were killed and injured in the attacks.

79 Hezbollah members have been killed in clashes between the Israeli army and Hezbollah on the border since October 8.

Israel and Hamas agreed to a compromise that would provide a humanitarian pause to the conflict that would take effect on November 23. Consequently, there will be a four-day humanitarian pause in the fighting. In exchange for 50 Israeli prisoners held by Hamas, 150 Palestinians in Israeli prisons will be released. (AA)

Source: Sozcu


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