Israel agreed to a 4-day ceasefire with Hamas, according to JNS. The agreement calls for a 5-day ceasefire in exchange for the release of 40 children and 13 women.
According to Arutz Sheva, Israel and Hamas have worked out a temporary cease-fire in exchange for the release of certain hostages. Twelve Israelis will be set free each day once the agreement takes effect on Thursday. Thirteen mothers and all the kids are reportedly participating in the transaction. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will proceed to pass the agreement with the support of the left-wing parties, despite the opposition of the right-wing parties.
“A political official presented this evening (Tuesday) the outline for the deal to release dozens of hostages from Hamas captivity and emphasizes that “all the security forces, the Shin Bet and the Mossad are in favor of the outline and also the entire war cabinet is united in favor of the proposal, ” Arutz Sheva writes.
“As part of the deal, which is expected to go into effect on Thursday, 12 Israeli hostages will be released every day during the four days of the agreed-upon truce. In the event that Hamas agrees to additional truces – for each day of the truce, ten additional hostages will be released.”
According to JNS, the agreement calls for a five-day ceasefire in exchange for the release of 40 children and 13 women. At 8 p.m. local time (1 p.m. Eastern), the Cabinet will convene to endorse the agreement with Hamas.
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Israel’s cabinet agreed to the truce on Wednesday morning in return for the release of some fifty captives that Hamas had captured in October.
According to a police source, an investigation Israel admits it killed its own citizens at the Nova Music Festival.
50 live Israeli citizens, primarily women and children, are anticipated to be released each day in groups of 12–13 as a result of the agreement.
If the terrorist organization releases ten hostages, the agreement can be extended.
According to The Times of Israel:
In an unprecedented vote early Wednesday morning, Israel’s cabinet approved an agreement to secure the release of roughly 50 hostages who were abducted into Gaza during the October 7 terror onslaught.
A government statement announcing the result of the vote did not specify how ministers voted. Despite expressing earlier opposition to the agreement, the far-right Religious Zionism party voted in favor, with only members of National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir’s ultranationalist Otzma Yehudit faction voting against, according to Hebrew media.
Not all details of the agreement have been formally released to the public, but an Israeli government official briefing reporters on Tuesday said the deal is expected to see the release of 50 living Israeli citizens, mostly women and children, in groups of 12-13 people per day.
In exchange, Israel has agreed to a ceasefire for at least four days for the first time since the outbreak of the war.
The government confirmed those terms of the agreement following the vote, without offering details regarding any of the other Israeli concessions.