Announcement to stop war with Israel within a few hours? Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh’s inside story on reconciliation in Qatar
Israel Hamas War: The war that has been going on between Hamas and Israel for more than two months has come to the fore. The agreement between Israel and Hamas to release the hostages is in the final stages. In a speech at the release of the hostages, Hamas political leader Ismail Haniyeh said that the Israel-Hamas war is now close to a ceasefire. Haniya said that she has told Qatar all the conditions regarding the ceasefire. Information about this will come soon.
According to FP, all decisions regarding the release of hostages in exchange for a humanitarian ceasefire have been made and full information will be available soon.
Red Cross activated
According to news agency Reuters, Mirjana Spoljaric, President of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), also met Ismail Haniyeh to help free the hostages. Apart from this, he also met Qatari officials separately.
Biden had indicated that
Discussions have been going on for the last two days regarding the release of the hostages. US officials initially denied a deal to release the hostages had been reached, but on Monday US President Joe Biden confirmed that the deal to release the hostages was near completion.
However, regarding this deal, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had said on Sunday that there are wrong reports in the media about the agreement, but on Tuesday, a senior Israeli official also said in an interview given to TV channels that the hostage agreement was ‘very close’. .
“We still have to resolve some technical issues for the release of the hostages,” the official said. “A dozen more people can be released in exchange.”
Terrorist Osama’s old letter written to America amid war goes viral
According to reports, Bin Laden’s 21-year-old letter has resurfaced on TikTok, where a large number of users have agreed with Osama Bin Laden to justify the horrific terrorist attacks on America. Social media users and influential people have also given their opinion on The Guardian’s article. Slain al-Qaeda (terrorist organisation) chief Osama bin Laden wrote the letter after the 2001 attacks, known as the ‘9/11’ attacks. These attacks are known as the worst terrorist attacks on American soil.