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Israeli Regime Forced to Agree to Truce in Gaza

Wednesday 22 November 2023
Israeli Regime Forced to Agree to Truce in Gaza

Alwaght- Israeli regime was forced to accept a four-day truce in Gaza under international pressure and as Hamas resistance group has stood fast against the Tel Aviv regime’s brutal aggression during past 45 days.

Hamas in a statement shared on Telegram announced that the temporary ceasefire agreed to by both sides would means that:

Israeli regime will stop military actions in all areas of the Gaza Strip, including movement of military vehicles

Hundreds of humanitarian aid trucks, including medical and fuel supplies, will be allowed into Gaza

Drones in southern Gaza will stop for four days. They will stop in the north for six hours per day, between 10am and 4pm local time

During the truce period, Israeli regime “is committed not to attack or arrest anyone in all areas of the Gaza Strip”

Freedom of movement will be guaranteed along Salah al-Deen Street

As part of a prisoner swap deal Israeli regime would release 150 Palestinian women and children held in its prisons and Hamas resistance will free 50 Israeli settlers captivated in al-Aqsa Storm operation on 7 October.

Israeli regime’s bloody war on the besieged Gaza has claimed lives of more than 14,100 Palestinians, mostly children and women, since October 7. The regime has also destroyed most of Gaza’s infrastructures in the northern part of the coastal enclave.

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