A four-day ceasefire has come into effect between the Israeli regime and the Palestinian resistance fighters after the Israeli Occupation Forces killed over 13,300 people in just 46 days. The Ceasefire was reportedly mediated by Qatar and Egypt after “difficult and complex negotiations.”
The release of 50 Israeli women and minors (under 19) held hostage in Gaza in exchange for the freedom of 150 Palestinian women and minors (under 19) currently imprisoned in Israeli jails.
The first phase of the truce will witness the halting of all military actions by Israeli forces in all areas of the Gaza Strip, including the dispersion of the occupations’ military vehicle barging into the Gaza Strip.
The entry of 300 trucks of humanitarian, relief, medical and fuel aid into all areas of the Gaza strip, is also part of the set terms and conditions, following the blockade of all sorts of aid including fuel by the Zionist Regime into Gaza, which pushed all hospitals across the strip to the brink of collapse.
The Israeli regime is further required to halt all air traffic in the south for four days, and in the north for 6 hours a day, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
The regime is also not allowed to attack nor arrest any Palestinian crossing into the Gaza strip, following the Israeli forces’ relentless killing of thousands of civilians, including severely ill patients, women, children and elderly.
Freedom of movement of Palestinains (from north to south) along Salah El-Din Street was also enforced into the truce.
The second phase which will likely come into effect shortly after the four day ceasefire comes to end, will include the release of dozens more, women, children and elderly Israelis by the Palestinian Resistance fighters, which will extend the ceasefire by several days.
US President Joe Biden thanked Egypt and Qatar for their “efforts” in mediating a ceasefire between the Israeli regime and the Palestinian Resistance.
Three American prisoners held by the Palestinian Resistance in Gaza will be released as part of the first stage of the ceasefire agreement.
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