More hostage and prisoner exchanges are anticipated as the truce is maintained and Gaza continues to receive much-needed but meager humanitarian help.
What will be happening on Saturday, November 25, 2023, is as follows:
Exchange of prisoners and hostages
According to sources, Hamas terrorists are planning to exchange Palestinian inmates for a second group of captives.
According to Egypt, Hamas has sent a list of 14 prisoners who should be freed from Gaza.
It was planned to free 42 Palestinians detained in Israeli prisons, including 24 juvenile males and 18 women.
Thirteen Israeli women and children, some of whom were dual citizens, have previously been freed by Hamas.
In addition, the gang has set free 10 Thais and 1 Filipino national.
Palestinian jails saw the release of thirty-nine women and children.
The freed prisoners, according to the Israeli military, will undergo medical evaluations in Israel prior to being reunited with their relatives.
In Gaza, the four-day truce is still in effect as of the second day. The only indication of Israeli assaults is a thin plume of grey smoke above northern Gaza.
According to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a new day of ceasefire will be observed for every ten prisoners that are freed.
As per the terms of the peace agreement, 150 Palestinian inmates detained in Israeli prisons would be exchanged for the release of 50 detainees by Hamas.
A UN convoy supplied grain to two UNRWA sites in the north that house internally displaced persons. The UN is an international organization.
Through the Rafah border, four gasoline tankers and four cooking gas tankers have entered the southern Gaza Strip.
The largest relief delivery of this kind since the crisis began, according to the Palestine Red Crescent Society, is the 196 trucks that brought food, water, and medical supplies into Gaza through the Rafah crossing.
The Israeli ministry of defense’s division responsible for Palestinian civil affairs reports that 200 relief vehicles have entered Gaza overall since the ceasefire.
According to a US defense official, an Israeli-owned cargo ship was damaged in what seems to have been an Iranian drone strike in the Indian Ocean.
According to the Israeli army, it has taken out a surface-to-air missile that was aimed at an Israeli drone and was fired from Lebanon.