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Hamas Frees Hostages Held Captive In Gaza

Hamas Frees Hostages Held Captive In Gaza

Thirteen Israeli and four Thai nationals, who had been held captive by Hamas, safely arrived in Israel on Sunday as part of a crucial hostage deal. The release almost faced disruption over a dispute concerning aid supplies, but mediation by Qatar and Egypt resolved the issue, highlighting the delicate nature of the agreement. The deal involves the exchange of 50 Israeli hostages for 150 Palestinian prisoners over a four-day period.

Television footage captured the hostages at the Rafah border crossing after leaving Gaza, with Hamas transferring them to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) on Saturday. Among the 13 Israelis released were six women, seven children, and teenagers, according to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office.

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) announced that the released hostages were en route to Israeli hospitals for reunification with their families. In return for the Israeli hostages, 39 Palestinian civilians, including 33 minors, were released from Israeli prisons. Al Jazeera TV broadcast live footage of a Red Cross bus carrying jubilant Palestinian prisoners from an Israeli prison to Beitunia town in the occupied West Bank.

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Hamas Frees Hostages Held Captive In Gaza

Hamas Frees Hostages Held Captive In Gaza

Thirteen Israeli and four Thai nationals, who had been held captive by Hamas, safely arrived in Israel on Sunday as part of a crucial hostage deal. The release almost faced disruption over a dispute concerning aid supplies, but mediation by Qatar and Egypt resolved the issue, highlighting the delicate nature of the agreement. The deal involves the exchange of 50 Israeli hostages for 150 Palestinian prisoners over a four-day period.

Television footage captured the hostages at the Rafah border crossing after leaving Gaza, with Hamas transferring them to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) on Saturday. Among the 13 Israelis released were six women, seven children, and teenagers, according to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office.

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) announced that the released hostages were en route to Israeli hospitals for reunification with their families. In return for the Israeli hostages, 39 Palestinian civilians, including 33 minors, were released from Israeli prisons. Al Jazeera TV broadcast live footage of a Red Cross bus carrying jubilant Palestinian prisoners from an Israeli prison to Beitunia town in the occupied West Bank.

 
 
 

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