All eyes on Gaza… The humanitarian pause has begun

All eyes on Gaza… The humanitarian pause has begun

With the agreement between Hamas and Israel, a 4-day humanitarian pause has begun that will temporarily stop the attacks on Gaza and allow the exchange of prisoners and humanitarian aid.

Minutes before the humanitarian pause began, gunfire and loud explosions were observed off the coast of Sderot, the closest Israeli city to the Gaza Strip. Rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip towards Israel and attack sirens sounded in the area.

According to the consensus plan announced by the Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the transportation of humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip will begin from the Rafah border gate after Israel and Hamas stop fighting in the Gaza Strip starting at 07:00 (08:00 GMT).

According to figures announced by the United Nations (UN), 1.7 million people have been displaced in the Gaza Strip, where Israel has tightened the blockade and continuously attacked. No plan has yet been announced to send aid to tens of thousands of Palestinians said to be living in the north and northwest of the Gaza Strip, where the humanitarian disaster and destruction is severe.


According to the agreement reached between the parties, 13 Israeli women and children from the same families who will be released from Israeli prisoners in the blockaded Gaza Strip on the first day will head towards the Rafah border gate at 4:00 p.m. local time.

It was stated that the detained Palestinian women and children, who will be released once checks on Israeli prisoners are completed, will be reunited at the Ofer military prison in the occupied West Bank. It was shared that the Palestinian prisoners who will be released on the first day, whose number and identities have not yet been revealed, will be taken to the Beytunya checkpoint near Ofer prison and handed over to the Palestinian authorities there. (AA)

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Source: Sozcu


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