Dozens of Palestinians stranded in Egypt have returned, Palestinian and Egyptian sources revealed Gaza Strip According to their wishes, after Israel reached a temporary truce with the movement agitation The regulations came into effect yesterday Friday.
Kamal Khatib, representative of the Palestinian Embassy in Rafah, announced that Palestinians stranded in Egypt have begun returning to the Gaza Strip again, noting that “920 Palestinians are stranded in the city of El-Arish and other areas.” Many people stranded in Cairo will also travel to Gaza on Saturday. “
Khatib, who also serves as a leader and sheikh of the Palestinian community in the Sinai Peninsula, told the German news agency that “in accordance with the agreement between the Egyptian authorities and the Palestinian embassy in Cairo, the process of Palestinian crossing “people stranded in the Egyptian border city of El-Arish began to pass through La French border crossing into Gaza.”
Footage broadcast by a Cairo news channel showed some stranded Palestinians leaving Egypt’s Rafah crossing with luggage heading toward the Gaza Strip in Palestinian territory.
Meanwhile, a temporary truce between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip, which will last for four days and can be extended, came into effect yesterday at 7am Gaza time (5am GMT).
The ceasefire was brokered by Qatar, Egypt and the United States after nearly seven weeks of Israeli aggression in the Gaza Strip following an attack on Israel by Hamas and other Palestinian groups on October 7.
The humanitarian truce included the release of 50 Israeli prisoners, 13 of whom were released, from Gaza in exchange for the release of 150 Palestinians, of whom 39 were released, from Israeli prisons and the entry of hundreds of trucks full of humanitarian relief supplies. , providing medical and fuel assistance to all areas of the Gaza Strip.
The Israeli army launched a devastating war against Gaza within 48 days, resulting in 14,854 martyrs, including 6,150 children and more than 4,000 women, and more than 36,000 injured, of which more than 75% were children and women. Gaza Government Media Office.