Hamas attacks Israel

Ron in Regina

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Well, a temporary pause/cease fire/whatever has been negotiated between Israel & Hamas/Qatar/Palestine/Iran/etc…where initially 13 people of various nationalities abducted Oct 7th from Israel where exchanged for 39 people from Israeli jails because 1/3 or something

About half an hour before the liberation of Israeli captives, another group unexpectedly served as proof-of-concept: 10 citizens of Thailand and one Filipino were released, under the same procedures that would be used for the most anticipated group.

The Thai captive deal was apparently negotiated separately, with Egypt as an intermediary. The suddenness with which it surfaced out of complete secrecy proves the nature of the complex negotiations for the release of the captives.

Brokered by the United States, Qatar and Egypt, the deal called for a four-day pause in fighting and the release of 50 hostages held by Hamas in exchange for 150 Palestinians held in Israeli prisons because 1/3.
 

Ron in Regina

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Under the truce deal between Israel and Hamas, mediated by Qatar, a total of 50 hostages are to be exchanged for 150 Palestinian prisoners, some of them convicted on weapon charges and violent offences, over four days.

The armed wing of Hamas said it had decided to delay Saturday's scheduled second round of hostage releases until Israel committed to allowing aid trucks to enter NORTHERN Gaza.
Saturday's setback came just hours after Egypt, which controls the Rafah border crossing into southern Gaza through which vital aid supplies have resumed, said it had received "positive signals" from all parties over a possible extension of that deal.

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Well, a temporary pause/cease fire/whatever has been negotiated between Israel & Hamas/Qatar/Palestine/Iran/etc…where initially 13 people of various nationalities abducted Oct 7th from Israel where exchanged for 39 people from Israeli jails because 1/3 or something

About half an hour before the liberation of Israeli captives, another group unexpectedly served as proof-of-concept: 10 citizens of Thailand and one Filipino were released, under the same procedures that would be used for the most anticipated group.

The Thai captive deal was apparently negotiated separately, with Egypt as an intermediary. The suddenness with which it surfaced out of complete secrecy proves the nature of the complex negotiations for the release of the captives.

Brokered by the United States, Qatar and Egypt, the deal called for a four-day pause in fighting and the release of 50 hostages held by Hamas in exchange for 150 Palestinians held in Israeli prisons because 1/3.
Shows how much value Hamas places on their slaves.
 
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Ron in Regina

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Day Two Hamas/Israel hostage release, etc..

Hamas handed over 13 Israeli hostages and four foreigners to the International Committee of the Red Cross on Saturday night, Qatar's foreign ministry said, after a brief disruption earlier to the deal by Hamas to free captives was overcome with the mediation of Qatar and Egypt.

The Gaza hostage deal was back on track after a temporary delay over a dispute about aid supplies to the NORTH of the besieged enclave.

The armed wing of Hamas had earlier said it was delaying Saturday's scheduled second round of hostage releases until Israel met all truce conditions, including committing to let aid trucks into NORTHERN Gaza.

A total of 50 hostages are to be exchanged for 150 Palestinian prisoners over four days under the truce, the first halt in fighting since Hamas fighters rampaged through southern Israel breaking the last ceasefire on Oct. 7, killing 1,200 people and taking about 240 hostages.
 

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Day Two Hamas/Israel hostage release, etc..

Hamas handed over 13 Israeli hostages and four foreigners to the International Committee of the Red Cross on Saturday night, Qatar's foreign ministry said, after a brief disruption earlier to the deal by Hamas to free captives was overcome with the mediation of Qatar and Egypt.

The Gaza hostage deal was back on track after a temporary delay over a dispute about aid supplies to the NORTH of the besieged enclave.

The armed wing of Hamas had earlier said it was delaying Saturday's scheduled second round of hostage releases until Israel met all truce conditions, including committing to let aid trucks into NORTHERN Gaza.

A total of 50 hostages are to be exchanged for 150 Palestinian prisoners over four days under the truce, the first halt in fighting since Hamas fighters rampaged through southern Israel breaking the last ceasefire on Oct. 7, killing 1,200 people and taking about 240 hostages.
Are we going to hear about how well they were treated like the old doll stated a month ago?
 

Ron in Regina

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The victims of oppression cheering on their wackadoodle terrorist heroes.

1701039953860.jpegWho’re all the bearded guys in grey sweatshirts being carried on others guys shoulders?
1701039976721.jpegAre they the Woman or the Children or teenagers being released from the Israeli prisons?

(Hamas says 150 Palestinian women and teenagers will be released from Israeli jails under the deal, and hundreds of lorries of humanitarian aid, medical supplies and fuel will be allowed into Gaza)

UNICEF's Elder took part in a five-truck convoy on Sunday alongside other U.N. agencies delivering high-energy biscuits, vitamin tablets for children as well as medical kits. A dispute over aid flows to the NORTH of the Israeli-besieged enclave temporarily held up a deal to free captives on Saturday.
1701040856759.jpegThe deliveries were made to hospitals where rations were controlled, Elder said.
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Israel's Mossad intelligence service is hosting its Qatari counterparts to confer on the recovery of hostages held by Hamas and other elements of a Gaza truce that was mediated by Doha, an Israeli security official said on Sunday.

(Gas-rich Gulf state Qatar hosts several top Hamas officials and the group's political office. Qatar also has cordial relations with Iran, Israel's arch-foe, which backs Hamas)
 

Ron in Regina

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It shows how little value Hamas places on their own supporters. What they said is that Jews are worth three times as much as a terrorist.
1701050101599.jpegThis time around they’re worth 1/3 of an Israeli to Hamas, & that’s a dramatic improvement!!
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Pretty much and it's fucking horrible.


People need to get this through their skulls.
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The military said some 9,500 missiles, rockets and drones were fired at Israel from Gaza and other fronts since Oct. 7, and 2,000 of them had been shot down by air defences designed to ignore projectiles on a course to land harmlessly in open areas.
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Some 12% of Gaza rockets, which are mostly locally made, had fallen short within Palestinian territory, the military said.
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"With the entry of (Israeli) forces on the ground, there has a significant drop-off in the number of launches," it said.
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The armed wing of the Palestinian group Hamas has said that it fired a barrage of rockets at Israel from southern Lebanon in response to Israeli strikes on Gaza.
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Israel and Hamas signaled that a temporary cease-fire in Gaza could be extended beyond Monday to allow for the release of more hostages and prisoners.

Israel’s war cabinet is meeting Sunday to discuss a possible extension of the cease-fire. Below are more of the Palestinian woman and children and teenagers being released for Israel’s prisons.
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The one above the bus driver’s head has got to look like someone’s daughter or granddaughter here, right? Wife? Teenager?
 

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What I envision is that if the Hamas are being difficult in signing a peace deal, they may find that Gaza will not be fit to live there, they will have to find a place to move to. If Israel continues to bomb Gaza, it may be a way to solve the fighting and war problem. Should we suggest that the Hamas group have gone into this war to solve the problem of war and fighting.
 

Ron in Regina

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The latest swap of hostages for Palestinian prisoners held by Israel got underway Tuesday evening. Israel said 10 of its citizens and 2 foreigners were freed by Hamas and had entered Egypt.

Mediators met in Qatar to try to extend the cease-fire beyond Wednesday. For the first time since it began, Israel and Hamas traded accusations of a serious violation with an exchange of fire between troops and militants in northern Gaza.

But there was no indication that it would endanger the truce or the planned exchanges of hostages held in Gaza for Palestinians imprisoned in Israel.

Israel has vowed to resume the war with “full force” to destroy Hamas once it’s clear that no more hostages will be freed under the deal.

Hamas and other militants are still holding about 160 hostages out of the 240 seized in their Oct. 7 assault into southern Israel that ignited the war. Israel has said it is willing to extend the cease-fire by one day for every 10 additional hostages that Hamas releases, according to the deal brokered by the Qatar, Egypt and the U.S. But Hamas is expected to make much higher demands for the release of captive soldiers.

The Biden administration has told Israel it must avoid “significant further displacement” and mass casualties among Palestinian civilians if it resumes the offensive, and that it must operate with more precision in southern Gaza than it has in the north, according to U.S. officials. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity under ground rules set by the White House.

What is being asked of Hamas regarding the safety of Palestinians? Or anything else?
 

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The latest swap of hostages for Palestinian prisoners held by Israel got underway Tuesday evening. Israel said 10 of its citizens and 2 foreigners were freed by Hamas and had entered Egypt.

Mediators met in Qatar to try to extend the cease-fire beyond Wednesday. For the first time since it began, Israel and Hamas traded accusations of a serious violation with an exchange of fire between troops and militants in northern Gaza.

But there was no indication that it would endanger the truce or the planned exchanges of hostages held in Gaza for Palestinians imprisoned in Israel.

Israel has vowed to resume the war with “full force” to destroy Hamas once it’s clear that no more hostages will be freed under the deal.

Hamas and other militants are still holding about 160 hostages out of the 240 seized in their Oct. 7 assault into southern Israel that ignited the war. Israel has said it is willing to extend the cease-fire by one day for every 10 additional hostages that Hamas releases, according to the deal brokered by the Qatar, Egypt and the U.S. But Hamas is expected to make much higher demands for the release of captive soldiers.

The Biden administration has told Israel it must avoid “significant further displacement” and mass casualties among Palestinian civilians if it resumes the offensive, and that it must operate with more precision in southern Gaza than it has in the north, according to U.S. officials. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity under ground rules set by the White House.

What is being asked of Hamas regarding the safety of Palestinians? Or anything else?
Can we trade wackadoodles for Israelis? 3 for 1 seems fair.
 
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