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Israel And Hamas Expected To Announce Tentative 5-Day Pause To Free Hostages

by Jacob M. Thompson


Israel, Hamas and the United States are reportedly close to announcing an agreement to pause ongoing hostilities in order to free dozens of women and children being held hostage in Gaza.

The following report is by ZeroHedge:

According to the Washington Post, the release could begin within the next several days – and would mark the first sustained pause in the conflict.

Under the terms of a six-page agreement;

  • All parties would freeze combat operations for at least five days.
  • During this period, an initial 50 or more hostages would be released in batches every 24 hours.
  • It is unknown how many of what is believed to be 239 hostages will be released.
  • The halt is also intended to allow humanitarian assistance to flood in, including fuel, which would arrive from Egypt…


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