War in Gaza: Hamas agrees to the truce proposed by Egypt and Qatar

War in Gaza: Hamas agrees to the truce proposed by Egypt and Qatar
War in Gaza: Hamas agrees to the truce proposed by Egypt and Qatar

The political leader of the Palestinian movement Hamas, Ismael Haniyeh, reported the acceptance by the Palestinian authorities in the Gaza Strip of the ceasefire proposal formulated by Egypt and Qatar.

It should be noted that throughout the day on Monday, a ground attack on the Palestinian town of Rafah was feared. Israel particularly increased the pressure by issuing an order to evacuate Palestinians from the eastern part of this locality.

A Hamas leader said Monday evening that the ball is now in Israel’s court but the question that arises insistently is whether Tel Aviv will apply the ceasefire or will reject the agreement negotiated in Cairo.

The text is intended to be simple: it is a ceasefire of several weeks in return for the release of the hostages. Hamas had been analyzing this proposal for several days and wanted to obtain a permanent truce. According to the Israeli television channel KAN, the negotiated agreement provides for a 4-month truce in exchange for the release of the hostages in three stages.

According to Israeli government estimates, 130 of its nationals are still held hostage by Hamas. The armed conflict in the Gaza Strip has already caused more than 34,735 deaths, mostly civilians, and 78,000 injured since October 7, 2023, according to figures from the Hamas Ministry of Health.

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