The head of the Hamas political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, said that the movement has delivered its response to Qatar and the mediators regarding the truce agreement, adding in a statement that they are close to communicating to agree on a truce.
Media sources revealed that the agreement may include a ceasefire for a period of 5 days, and the release of about 50 Israeli prisoners in exchange for about 300 Palestinian detainees. It may also be agreed to release Israeli detainees in stages, at the rate of 10 prisoners each day, during the five days of the agreed-upon truce. With the entry of more than 300 trucks loaded with food, medical materials and fuel.
Today, Tuesday, a Hamas official expected the Qatari mediator to announce the details of the deal within hours, indicating progress in the truce negotiations and the exchange of detainees between the two sides.
The Israeli Broadcasting Corporation said yesterday, Monday, that the Israeli government had given the green light to complete a detainee exchange deal with Hamas.