It is reported that Israel, Hamas and the United States are close to reaching a preliminary agreement to release dozens of women and children hostage Gaza In exchange for stopping the fighting for five days. reports it Washington Post According to some sources, the release of the hostages will begin within the next few days. An indiscretion led to an explanation White House“We haven’t reached an agreement yet, but we continue to work hard to get there,” White House National Security Council spokeswoman Adrienne Watson said on Channel X.
Iran: Israel continues the massacres and the world does not react
He said late: “In light of the inaction of the countries of the world and international organizations regarding the genocide committed by Israel in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, the Zionist regime is committing new crimes and slaughtering Palestinians every day, even in refugee camps.” This evening, IRNA news agency quoted Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nassar Kanani.
Arab ministers tomorrow in China “immediate ceasefire”
A delegation of ministers from Arab and Islamic countries will arrive in China tomorrow in the first phase of a tour aimed at strongly calling for a ceasefire in the war in Gaza. This was announced by Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan, according to Reuters. Prince Faisal explained, on the sidelines of a conference in Bahrain, that this is the first step in trying to implement the decisions taken at the summit held in Riyadh over the past few days. The minister explained, “The first stop will be in China, and then we will move to other capitals to send a clear message that a ceasefire must be declared immediately.”
Israeli raid on central Gaza: 15 dead
The Israeli bombing of the Gaza Strip did not stop overnight, as the Palestinian Wafa News Agency reported that at least 13 people were killed in an attack on a house in the Nuseirat refugee camp in the center of the Strip. In addition, a woman and her daughter were martyred, according to the Palestinian Agency, as a result of the bombing of a house southeast of Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip.
MSF attacked our convoy in Gaza, killing one person and wounding another
“A family member of an MSF staff member was killed, and another was injured, in an attack on a convoy belonging to the humanitarian organization that was trying to evacuate 137 people who had been trapped for a week due to fighting around Al-Shifa Hospital, in Gaza. The attack occurred yesterday afternoon.” The humanitarian organization itself reports this in a memorandum. “Doctors Without Borders condemns with the utmost firmness this deliberate aggression,” the statement continued. “The MSF convoy, consisting of five vehicles bearing the organization’s distinctive symbol, left at 9 a.m. yesterday with 137 people on board, composed of members of the Palestinian organization Doctors Without Borders.” Staff and their family members, including 65 children. The convoy left the MSF buildings (the guesthouse, office and clinic located near Al-Shifa Hospital) towards southern Gaza to reach a safer location. On 11 November, these people remained trapped by the fighting Since then, MSF has repeatedly called for their safe evacuation.”
United States, there is still no agreement between Israel and Hamas
The United States said it is still working to reach an agreement between Israel and Hamas. “We haven’t reached an agreement yet, but we continue to work hard to get there,” White House National Security Council spokeswoman Adrienne Watson said on Channel X, in response to a Washington Post report that there was a tentative agreement.
Washington Post, Israel-Hamas agreement, 5 days of rest for dozens of hostages
Israel, Hamas and the United States are close to reaching a preliminary agreement to release dozens of women and children hostage in Gaza in exchange for a five-day cessation of fighting. The Washington Post, citing some sources, reported that the release of the hostages should begin within the next few days.
Under the six-page agreement, all parties pledge to freeze combat operations for at least five days while releasing 50 or more hostages in batches every 24 hours. Aerial surveillance will monitor movements on the ground.
Senator Sanders demands conditions for American aid to Israel
Senator Bernie Sanders called for US aid to Israel to be “conditional” on a “change in the military and political positions” of the Israeli government. “Even if Israel has the right to attack Hamas, the far-right government of Netanyahu does not have the right to declare an all-out war on the Palestinian people,” Sanders said, stressing that aid should be conditional on commitment to negotiations in order to reach an agreement. The two-state solution and ending the occupation of Gaza.
Biden calls for preparing options for extremist settlers
Joe Biden is asking his closest aides to prepare visa bans and sanctions on extremist Israeli settlers who attack Palestinians in the West Bank. In a letter addressed, among other things, to Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, Biden asked for “options for swift action against those responsible for the violence in the West Bank,” considering them a “dangerous threat” to peace among Israelis. The Palestinians are a destabilizing force in the Middle East. In Biden’s view – Politico reported, citing the letter sent to Blinken and Yellen – there are people or entities who have “directly or indirectly engaged in actions or policies that threaten the security or stability of the West Bank”; Those who “terrorize civilians in the West Bank with the aim of or as a result of forcible transfer”; Or those whose actions constitute “human rights violations and actions that impede the achievement of a two-state solution.”
The World Health Organization evacuates Al-Shifa Hospital a “death zone”
The World Health Organization announced that it had carried out a mission to the hospital Healing in GazaHe was the target of Israeli army raids, and he was working on an evacuation plan for the facility, which he described as a “death zone.” “to”from The organization said in a statement that 291 patients and 25 medical staff remained in the hospital on Saturday, and its partners are developing urgent plans for the immediate evacuation of the remaining patients, staff and their families.
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