On the 53rd day of Israel’s war on Gaza, the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation) andIslamic Jihad Movement Fifth batch of Israeli detainees Gaza Strip arrive International Committee of the Red Cross On Tuesday night, the Israeli occupation authorities released 30 Palestinian prisoners as part of a prisoner exchange agreement between the two sides.
Meanwhile, the Qatari capital Doha witnessed diplomatic moves aimed at reaching a wider deal, with the CIA’s media office confirming to Al Jazeera that agency director William Burns is in Doha to discuss the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas and the conflict between Israel and Israel are discussed. hostage issue, while Qatar’s Foreign Ministry confirmed that it is working to strengthen Qatar’s mediation role to reach a permanent ceasefire.
As for Gaza, the ceasefire agreement has entered its fifth day after being extended for two days. Aid supplies continue to enter the Gaza Strip. However, local and United Nations officials said that the incoming supplies are still insufficient to meet needs, especially in terms of food and medical care. and fuel supply.
These are the most significant developments today:
- Al Jazeera: A bus of Palestinian prisoners leaves Ofer prison and arrives in Betouniya in the West Bank.
- Israeli Army: Fifth batch of detainees released from Gaza now in Israel.
- The detainees were handed over to the Red Cross in the presence of joint military personnel from the Qassam and Quds Forces.
- Qatar Foreign Ministry: We hope to make progress in the coming hours and days to reach a permanent ceasefire.
- Israeli military spokesman: Unless the government decides otherwise, it will not consider a ceasefire.
- Al Jazeera reporter: Armed clashes broke out between occupying forces and Palestinian resistance fighters in the city of Jenin
- Hamas leader Hamdan: Israel’s losses will increase because Israeli soldiers have not yet set foot on 80% of Gaza.
- The international community is putting pressure on Israel to open the Kerem Shalom crossing immediately.
- Gaza government media announced that the bodies of 160 martyrs were found under the rubble in the past 24 hours.
- Hamas leader Ghazi Hamad: The truce is going well despite the violations of the occupation.
- The occupation prevents fuel trucks from entering the northern Gaza Strip.
- King of Jordan: Depriving Gaza people of water and food is a war crime.
- Occupation: Hamas preserves the bodies of three soldiers killed on 7 October.
- “We will resume firing after the truce ends,” Israeli War Council Minister Benny Gantz said.
- UNICEF: Gaza hospitals overwhelmed with injured children.
- Israeli Chief of Staff: Army and intelligence failed on October 7
- Two Israeli soldiers were injured in a bomb blast in northern Gaza.
- US intelligence chief discusses prisoner files in Doha.
- A third martyr was shot dead by occupying forces in the West Bank.
- Washington sent three planes to Egypt loaded with aid for Gaza.
- Israel Broadcasting Corporation: Israel is considering releasing security prisoners in exchange for the release of all Gaza detainees.
- Osama Hamdan called Elon Musk Visit the Gaza Strip and see the extent of the damage caused by Israeli bombing.
- Israeli Army: One thousand officers and soldiers have been injured since the war in Gaza began.
- Government Press Office: We need hundreds of fuel trucks.
- Israeli artillery shells fall in southern Lebanon.
- Israeli Finance Minister Smotrich: The government will strengthen settlements in the West Bank.
- UNRWA: The situation in Gaza is dire.
- A special forces attack on the West Bank city of Tubas.
- Blinken will visit Israel and the West Bank this week.
- Austin and Galante spoke on the phone to discuss developments in Gaza.
source : Al Jazeera+ Agency + israeli media