Israel-Hamas War: Big news has come to light during the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas. According to the Times of Israel report, the Israeli Cabinet can approve the deal with Hamas at 8 pm on Tuesday (November 21) for the release of hostages from Gaza.
Meanwhile, many media houses are also reporting that officials are holding this meeting to give final approval to the deal with Hamas for the release of hostages.
‘We will get good news soon’
Earlier, while meeting with reserve soldiers in southern Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that we are moving towards an agreement. He said, “I don’t think I should say much yet, but I hope we get good news soon.”
At the same time, a local news channel also quoted a senior Israeli official as saying, “We are very close to an agreement. At present, some technical issues are yet to be resolved.”
50 hostages may be released
The official said a deal could be reached with Hamas, in which at least 50 people would be released in exchange for a planned ceasefire. The report said that about 40 children, their mothers and other women are expected to be among those to be released under the agreement.
Reportedly, there will be a ceasefire in the war in Gaza after the release of the hostages. According to some reports, Israel will also stop using drones to monitor parts or all of Gaza for several hours a day during the ceasefire. According to The Times of Israel, cabinet support is required to approve any hostage release deal.
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