Israel-Hamas News / Israel-Hamas war finally stopped - deal done between the two, know how the matter was made between the two sides

Zoom News : Nov 22, 2023, 09:17 AM
Israel-Hamas News: There is big news for the people struggling with the war on the 46th day of Israel-Hamas war. Both sides have finally agreed to stop the Israel-Hamas war. The Israeli Cabinet has approved an agreement for a short pause in the war in exchange for the release of 50 hostages held by Hamas. In such a situation, the number of deaths in Gaza will reduce after the temporary ceasefire. Israel will also release 150 Palestinian prisoners in exchange for the release of 50 hostages. The pause in the Israel-Hamas war has brought tears of joy to the eyes of thousands of war victims. People trapped in the midst of war have heaved a sigh of relief.

Far-right ministers Ben-Gvir and Smotrich opposed the deal to free the hostages, while Minister Saar supported it. Shas leader says ultra-conservative party will vote for agreement. Let us tell you that so far at least 1,200 civilians and soldiers were killed in the Hamas attack on Israel on October 7. Whereas terrorists had taken 236 people hostage in Gaza. The IDF has announced the death of two more of its soldiers during ground operations in Gaza, amid an agreement to stop the Israel-Hamas war. While the Hamas-controlled Health Ministry has confirmed the death of 14,128 people so far in Gaza.

How both sides agreed to stop Israel-Hamas war

A US official said a deal designed to encourage the release of more hostages has been approved by Israel on Wednesday morning. This agreement was made under the mediation of Qatar under the leadership of America. The Israel-Hamas agreement stipulates a four-day pause in fighting. According to the agreement, Hamas will release 50 Israeli hostages. This includes women and children. In return, Israel will release 150 Palestinian prisoners (mainly women and children). A senior US official said the deal ultimately led to the release of more than 50 hostages.

It has been agreed to release women and children in a first phase, but further to return all hostages to their families.'' An Israeli official said the 50 hostages expected to be released were Israelis or Israeli duals. Will be citizens. Foreign nationals in the first tranche are not expected to be part of this exchange. With this, Israel will allow 400 trucks daily to enter Gaza by crossing the Rafah border with Egypt.