Israel-Hamas War: America, Egypt and Qatar are pressuring Israel to extend the ceasefire beyond Monday, but Netanyahu has bluntly said that Israel will attack as soon as the temporary ceasefire ends.
Israel-Hamas War: According to the agreement between Israel and Hamas, today is the last day of the four-day partial ceasefire. According to the agreement, Hamas has so far released a total of 54 hostages, while Israel has released 117 prisoners. Both sides still hope to release each other’s citizens, but Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has bluntly said that Israel will attack Gaza again with full force as soon as the partial ceasefire ends.
On the other hand, America, Egypt and Qatar are pressurizing Israel to extend the ceasefire beyond Monday, but Netanyahu bluntly told US President Joe Biden on Sunday that after the end of the temporary ceasefire, Israel will take full force. Will resume its operations in Gaza. However, Netanyahu also said that he would welcome an extension of the ceasefire if Hamas released ten additional hostages per day, as per the Qatar-brokered agreement and agreed upon.
According to the agreement, as Hamas released the third batch of Israeli hostages held in Gaza on Sunday, US President Biden reaffirmed his position on the ongoing ceasefire between Israel and Hamas and advocated extending it. . The US President said that he will not stop this work until every hostage is released. He also mentioned the release of an American minor by Hamas.
“We will not stop working until every hostage is returned to their loved ones,” Biden said during remarks late Sunday night following the release of hostages by Hamas from Gaza.
Let us tell you that under the Qatar-brokered ceasefire agreement between Israel and Hamas, 150 Palestinian prisoners were also to be released in exchange for the release of 50 Israeli hostages within a period of four days. Many of these Palestinians have been convicted of Arms Act and violent crimes and are prisoners in Israeli prisons. On the other hand, those held hostage by Hamas are civilians who were abducted during the terrorist group’s incursion into Israel on October 7.