The Palestinian detainees participating in the swap are being released from the Israeli Ofer Prison. These Red Cross busses pick them up, and this occurred on November 24, 2023.
Thus, during the second round of negotiations on Saturday, Israel freed 39 Palestinian prisoners while Hamas released 17 hostages. However, conditions within Gaza have been rather difficult. For weeks, hundreds of thousands of citizens have been without food, water, electricity, or medical supplies.
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UN Reports: Gaza Humanitarian Crisis Deepens Amidst Israeli-Hamas Ceasefire Talks
More than 250 supply trucks entered Gaza on Saturday, according to the U.N., 60 of which reached the northern part of the territory where the fighting has been most fierce. Finally, ambulances arrived to assist with evacuations at the now-Israeli-controlled Al Shifa hospital. Israel is responding to the strike by Hamas on October 7 by stating that the war against Hamas would resume after this brief ceasefire. The United Nations is emphasizing that more humanitarian supplies can reach Gaza’s civilian population the longer this truce lasts.
And meanwhile, in front of the Tel Aviv museum, volunteers were distributing yellow ribbons to support the families of the captives.Let’s now review the events of the last several exchanges. This International Red Cross vehicle is its route to the Rafah border crossing with Egypt, where the hostages that Hamas freed are being transported, before entering Israel.
On Sunday, November 26, 2023, the West Bank community of Al Bireh welcomed the Palestinian captives who had been freed by Israel with open arms.Oh, and the Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan received a convoy that had Israeli hostages that had been freed by Hamas.
Emotional Homecoming: Freed Palestinian Prisoner Welcomed in East Jerusalem Amid Prisoner Exchange
On November 26, 2023, at an early hour, Shuruq Dwayat, a Palestinian prisoner freed by Israel, arrived home in the Sur Bahar area of east Jerusalem and was greeted with warm embraces from her family.And these are some stills from a film that depicts the exchange of Israeli prisoners during this four-day recess in Gaza City on November 26, 2023, as part of the deal.
Take a look at this! Inside a bus, people are climbing on the side alongside Red Cross workers and Palestinian inmates freed from Israeli prisons in return for hostages freed by Hamas from Gaza. On November 26, 2023, early in the morning, this occurred in Ramallah, in the occupied West Bank.
Here’s another clip from the film, which depicts the agreement at this humanitarian stop in Gaza City on November 26, 2023, to free Israeli hostages.Then, on November 24, 2023, Hadas Calderon is seen outside Israel’s largest army facility, carrying a placard that reads, “Power of Mothers.” Her ex-husband and kids are being kept captive in Gaza.
Also, on November 25, 2023, a day after being freed from Israeli prison in return for the hostages that Hamas was holding in Gaza, Asil al-Titi, a 23-year-old former prisoner from the occupied West Bank, is shown sitting between her two brothers at home in the Balata refugee camp.
As the anticipated release of Palestinian inmates on November 24, 2023, approached, demonstrators gathered at the Israeli Ofer Prison to demonstrate their solidarity.Indeed, the volunteers were raising money for the families of the hostages by selling yellow flowers on the area in front of the Tel Aviv museum.