The hostage and cease-fire agreement that began last Friday (November 24) was extended yesterday by two additional days. Today Hamas released 10 additional Israeli hostages.

Qatar: “We are working to extend the temporary ceasefire – beyond the two days already agreed upon…the priority now is the release of the kidnapped civilians, and later the turn of the soldiers will come.”

Northern arena: Hezbollah continues to uphold the ceasefire.

Chief of the General Staff, Major General Herzi Halevi in ​​his speech today to soldiers on the northern border: “We will return the northern resident to a different security reality from October 6. The corresponding part of this is what happens across the border… The army is ready to fight now in the north… We know that the situation needs to be changed and together with the political system and the Minister of Defense I believe that we will achieve these results.”

Gaza: Three explosive devices were activated in two different cases in the north of the Gaza Strip near IDF forces, contrary to the ceasefire agreements. In one case, shots were also fired at the force. As a result, several IDF soldiers were slightly injured. The soldiers responded by shooting at the sources of the fire. The IDF clarified that the forces were within the agreed ceasefire lines.

War Cabinet member, Minister Benny Gantz during a visit to the south: “After the ceasefire – the fire will be renewed. The entire war cabinet is united in this position. There is no other option. We are preparing for the next stages of the war and the expansion of the maneuver in the Gaza Strip as a whole. There will be no point that will be a city of refuge for terrorists and Hamas leaders.”

Humanitarian aid: Yesterday an outstanding amount of humanitarian aid entered the Gaza Strip in accordance with the agreement: 200 trucks, 4 diesel fuel trucks, and 4 cooking gas trucks in addition to 200 trucks containing food, water shelters, and medical supplies.

Iran: – Iran’s leader Khamenei met with the commanders of the Iranian navy – a day after the Dwight Eisenhower aircraft carrier strike group crossed the Strait of Hormuz and entered the Persian Gulf.

Political:

– US President Biden: “The two-state solution is the only way to ensure the long-term security of Israelis and Palestinians.” In a tweet on his Twitter account, he wrote: “We will not give up working for the goal of Israelis and Palestinians living with the same degree of freedom.”

-Russian President Putin spoke with Mahmud Abbas stating that the establishment of a sovereign Palestinian state within the 1967 borders is “a necessary condition for the resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.”

@Israel_Alma_org:

The international airport in Damascus is a central gateway of the Iranian weapons air corridor to Syria and Lebanon. On November 26, the airport was attacked once more. Is there a connection to a certain plane on the runway at the time?

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