More than 46 days have passed since Israel’s aggression against Israel (Iron Sword)… Gaza Strip “Reaction to War”al aqsa floodsInitiated by the Resistance Movement on October 7 last year, the Islamic Resistance Movement agreed (agitation), Israel began a four-day truce on November 24 and extended it for another two days.
Qatar’s foreign ministry said an operations room in Doha oversees the ceasefire and hostage releases and maintains direct contact with Israel, the Hamas political office in Doha and the International Committee of the Red Cross.
The terms of the agreement between Hamas and Israel include the following:
- The two sides ceased fire and the occupying forces ceased all military operations in all areas of the Gaza Strip.
- Prevent occupation forces vehicles from entering the Gaza Strip.
- The release of 50 women and minors under the age of 19 held by Hamas in exchange for the release of 150 Palestinian women and minors held in Israeli prisons.
- Air traffic over northern Gaza will be suspended from 10 am to 4 pm every day during the truce.
- Throughout the truce, air traffic over the southern Gaza Strip came to a complete halt.
- Do not attack or arrest anyone in all areas of the Gaza Strip.
- Ensure the free flow of people from north to south along Salah El-Din Street.
- Trucks loaded with aid supplies and fuel enter the Gaza Strip. Hamas announced that 200 aid trucks will enter the Gaza Strip every day, in addition to 4 trucks carrying natural gas and fuel.
Negotiating parties and mechanisms
The State of Qatar is the main supporter of mediation between Hamas and Israel, with Hamas having a political office in the capital Doha and through open channels of communication with Israel.
The United States has contributed by establishing ties with the prime ministers of Qatar and Israel Benjamin Netanyahu Before the truce was agreed, Egypt, which has a land border with Gaza, participated Rafah Crossing.
Israel released a list of 300 Palestinians who could be released, including 33 women and 267 minors under the age of 19. 49 of the prisoners belong to the Hamas movement.
On the first day of the truce, November 24, 2023, Hamas released 13 Israeli prisoners, including 4 children, their mothers and elderly women, in addition to 10 Thais and one person who served in one of the settlements Filipino farm workers.
The ICRC in Gaza received Israeli prisoners and transferred them through the Rafah crossing point.
The Palestinian Red Crescent said 196 trucks loaded with humanitarian aid arrived that day, the largest convoy of its kind to arrive in Gaza since the start of the war. On that day, 129,000 liters of fuel entered the Gaza Strip through the Rafah crossing point, and 21 patients were evacuated from the northern Gaza Strip.
At the same time, Israel released 39 Palestinian women and children who had been convicted and detained for possessing weapons and committing acts of violence.
On that day, 144 Palestinians stranded in Egypt entered the Gaza Strip through the Rafah crossing.
the next day
Following Israel’s violation of the terms of the truce, Hamas announced on Saturday, November 25, that it would postpone a planned second round of releases of Israeli prisoners until the occupying forces meet all conditions of the truce, including a commitment to allow aid trucks to enter northern Gaza.
Hamas leader Osama Hamdan said a total of 340 aid trucks had entered Gaza since Friday, including 268 on Saturday, with just 65 arriving in the northern Gaza Strip, less than half of what Israel had agreed to . No detainees were released, the report said.
she says Qassam BrigadeHamas, the military wing of the movement, said Israel was not respecting the conditions for releasing Palestinian prisoners because it was not releasing detainees based on seniority as expected.
The Israeli military stated that the distribution of aid supplies in the Gaza Strip is the responsibility of the United Nations and international organizations.
The Gaza prisoner release agreement was back on track late on the second day of the truce after resolving a dispute over the delivery of aid to northern Gaza. Hamas handed over a second batch of hostages and released 13 Israelis, 6 women, 7 3 minors and 4 Thais were handed over to the ICRC, and 39 prisoners (33 children and 6 women) were handed over to Israel.
Note that the non-Israeli foreigners (15) released by Hamas in the first two days of the truce were not included in the terms of the truce.
Israeli forces fired on scores of Palestinians on Friday and Saturday as they tried to return to the north, killing one person and wounding dozens more, according to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), which defended its actions in the north as a military operation. district.
The third day
The Qassam Brigades announced the transfer of the third batch of 13 Israeli prisoners, 3 Thais and 1 Russian. Israel released 39 Palestinian prisoners from prison.
Thousands of Palestinians began queuing at open markets and aid stores to buy supplies, which began flowing into the Gaza Strip as part of a ceasefire agreement.
Six aid planes arrived at Egypt’s Al-Arish airport to bring them into Gaza, three from Qatar, two from Saudi Arabia and the last from Belgium.
He led the Qatari diplomatic delegation led by the Head of State for International Cooperation at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs lulwa al hartThe process of additional assistance from Qatar to the Palestinian people from the Gaza Strip.
The fourth day
A spokesman for the Qatari Foreign Ministry said that the fourth batch of people released from Israeli prisons included 30 minors and 3 women, while Hamas released 3 French, 2 Germans, 6 Argentinians and 6 Thai people.
The death toll in Israel’s war on Gaza has risen to more than 15,000 after dozens of bodies were found under rubble and roads, the Gaza government media office announced.
Israel announced it was waiting for Hamas to agree to extend the truce for another day in exchange for 10 more hostages, and Qatar sought to mediate between the two sides, eventually extending the truce for another two days under the same conditions and releasing 10 Israelis a day. , in exchange for 30 Palestinian women and children.