On Tuesday, Ismail Haniyeh, the leader of Hamas, stated that his movement is reviewing a proposed agreement with Israel. This draft suggests a hostage-prisoner exchange and a more extended ceasefire in the Gaza war. Haniyeh mentioned discussions related to the Paris meeting, focusing on halting aggression and releasing prisoners.
He confirmed receiving the proposal circulated at the meeting, stating that Hamas is currently studying it. Additionally, he revealed that the Hamas leadership has been invited to Cairo to discuss the conditions outlined in the Paris draft.
“The movement is open to discussing any serious and practical initiatives or ideas, provided that they lead to a comprehensive cessation of aggression.
The Hamas leader expressed that this could ensure the shelter process, reconstruction, and lifting the siege for their people, according to a statement on the group’s Telegram channel.
As reported by The New York Times, U.S. negotiators have drafted an agreement based on suggestions from both Israel and Hamas. The potential deal may involve Hamas releasing over 100 hostages, and Israel halting its military actions in the Gaza Strip for approximately two months.
It’s noted that Hamas brought around 240 hostages to the Gaza Strip during its aggressive attack on Israel on Oct. 7.
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