Latest situation in Gaza… Today there was also a prisoner exchange

Latest situation in Gaza… Today there was also a prisoner exchange

Adam Boulokos, director of West Bank affairs for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), said there is no place in the occupied West Bank that is not controlled by Israeli forces and that the occupation restricts people’s daily movements.

The Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades announced that they handed over a group of Israeli prisoners to the Red Cross to take them from Gaza to their country.

It has been claimed that Israeli officials will restart ground attacks on Gaza if Hamas does not release the captives, who are scheduled to be handed over before midnight this afternoon.

Osama Hamdan, one of Hamas’ senior leaders, held a press conference in Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, and said: “Israel has so far not complied with the articles regarding security, the number of aid trucks that will enter northern Gaza, and the names and conditions of the Palestinian prisoners who will be released. “This situation jeopardized the agreement and we informed the mediators of Israel’s violations so that they could fulfill their responsibilities.” saying.


In the Israeli army statement, “According to information received from the Red Cross, it was stated that 14 Israeli hostages and 3 foreign hostages were transferred to the Red Cross.” The statement was included.

No information was provided on the nationalities of the freed foreign captives or whether the 17 captives in question arrived at the Rafah border gate to be taken to Egypt.

In the statement from Hamas’s armed wing, the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, it is noted that 13 Israeli, 3 Thai and 1 Russian prisoners were handed over to the Red Cross.


In his statement published on the institution’s website, Zia Rashvan, president of the Egyptian Press Information Agency, made assessments on the exchange of prisoners and on the wounded brought to Egypt with the aid trucks sent to Gaza.

Stating that the third day of the humanitarian pause in Israel’s attacks on the Gaza Strip passed “without any problems,” Rashvan said: “We have handed over the list of names, including 13 Israelis and 39 Palestinians detained in Israeli prisons, who They will be released within the framework of the exchange scheduled for today between the parties (Hamas-Israel): “We have achieved it,” he said.

Noting that Egypt continues its efforts to deliver humanitarian aid to Gaza, Rashvan said: “Today, a total of 120 trucks, including 2 fuel tankers and 2 natural gas tankers, entered Gaza, and for coordination with the United Nations (UN) and the Palestinian Red Crescent, shared the information that it will go to northern Gaza.

Regarding the total humanitarian aid sent to Gaza, Rashvan said: “As of November 25, 2,675 tons of medical supplies, 9,621 tons of food, 7.47 tons of water, 82 tents and 1,992 other humanitarian aid materials have entered in Gaza. Gaza Strip.” He gave the information that he did it.

In addition, Rashvan stated that as of November 25, 788 tons of fuel had been sent to the Gaza Strip, and that the total number of trucks loaded with humanitarian aid that have entered Gaza so far amounts to 2,056.

Rashvan stated that so far 353 injured Palestinians and 292 companions have traveled to Egypt for treatment, and 8,514 foreign citizens and 1,256 Egyptian citizens have been evacuated from Gaza.


According to information from the official Palestinian agency WAFA, the Israeli army invaded several areas of Jenin.

News reported that Israeli soldiers laid siege to the Martyr Halil Suleiman State Hospital (Jenin State Hospital), Ibni Sina Hospital, the Palestinian Red Crescent Center and the Jenin Refugee Camp in the city.

Gaza Health Director Munir al-Bersh said the 3 hospitals in northern Gaza are at risk of the health system collapsing.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health’s written statement states that the Israeli forces that attacked Jenin killed 2 civilians and injured 7 civilians.

The statement indicated that 2 of the injured are in serious condition.


Mutez Harara, a doctor at Shifa Hospital in Gaza, claimed that Israeli forces attacked medical staff and kidnapped some of the bodies of Palestinians during the attack on the hospital.

Kadura Faris, president of the Palestinian Prisoners Association, stated that Israel is responsible for the fate of Palestinians who are detained in Gaza and “who are not informed about their current situation.”

Hamas announced that it handed over 13 Israeli and 7 foreign prisoners to the International Red Cross Organization to be taken to Israel.

In a written statement from the Palestinian Red Crescent, it was reported that 187 trucks with humanitarian aid arrived in blockaded Gaza on the second day of the 4-day humanitarian pause in the fighting between Israel and Hamas.

The Israeli prisoners, who were released on Friday night under the agreement reached between Hamas and Israel, were reported to have said that they “did not experience an unpleasant situation and were treated humanely.”


In the video release from the Prime Minister’s Press Office, it is stated that Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu met with Israeli soldiers in northern Gaza.

Addressing Israeli soldiers here, Netanyahu said: “We will continue until the end, until ‘victory.’ “Nobody will stop us”. he said.

With this statement, Netanyahu reiterated the message that attacks in the region will continue after the “humanitarian pause” in the Gaza conflict.


According to information from Israeli state television KAN, explosions were heard in the region as a result of the Israeli army destroying two missiles fired at the city of Eilat, in the south of the country, on the Red Sea coast.

Israelis held a demonstration in Tel Aviv to demand the release of prisoners held by Hamas.

The Israeli military said it was committed to the prisoner exchange agreement reached with Hamas.

As part of the prisoner exchange between Israel and Hamas, 39 Palestinians held in Israeli jails were released.


One person was killed and four injured in the attack by an Israeli unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) on a house in the West Bank.

The Israeli government announced that it has received the names of the third group of Israeli prisoners expected to be released today from blockaded Gaza.

The Israeli army prohibited the passage of 1,750,000 civilians, forcing them to migrate to the south of Gaza, the north where their homes are located during the humanitarian pause.

Israeli forces detained 20 more Palestinians in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.

Despite the humanitarian cessation of fighting, Israeli soldiers attacked Palestinians in Jerusalem and the Indonesian hospital in northern blockaded Gaza, wounding 7 people.


Selame Maruf, head of the government’s Media Office in Gaza, said in a written statement on his Telegram account: “The occupation forces dropped 40,000 tons of bombs on the Gaza Strip; “The occupier’s crimes occurred far from the cameras.” he said.

Stating that the bombs recently dropped by Israeli forces were bombs that had not been used before, Maruf claimed that hundreds of people who lost their lives in the attacks were buried at the site where they died.

“The destruction in the Gaza Strip reflects the occupation forces’ desire to make Gaza uninhabitable.” Maruf stated that during the “humanitarian pause” the magnitude of the massacre was revealed, which caused great destruction to infrastructure and homes.

Maruf stated that a third of the residents of the Gaza Strip cannot obtain basic supplies, there are no international institutions and they need a large field hospital.

The Palestinian official recalled that the Sifa hospital was also unusable.


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, the Qassam Brigades captured 239 Israelis on October 7. Within the framework of the agreement reached between Hamas and Israel, 26 Israeli women and children and 78 Palestinian women and children captives were mutually released.

According to the Gaza government, 14,854 people, including more than 6,150 children and more than 4,000 women, have been killed in Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip since October 7.

Since October 7, 239 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.

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

The compromise between Israel and Hamas, which will provide a humanitarian pause to the conflict, came into effect on Friday, November 24 at 7:00 a.m. (08:00 GMT). Under the agreement, there will be a four-day humanitarian pause in the conflict. In exchange for 50 Israeli prisoners held by Hamas, 150 Palestinians in Israeli prisons will be released. (AA)

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