Hamas Delays Release Of Hostages, Demands Israel Allow More Aid Into Gaza: REPORT

According to multiple reports, Hamas announced that it would delay the release of additional hostages and demanded that Israel allow aid trucks to enter Gaza.

Islamic extremist terrorist organization claimed Israel violated ceasefire terms, report. Hamas has demanded that Israel allow aid trucks into northern Gaza. according to To Axios. (Related article: ‘I’m scared of lone wolf attacks’: Hamas attack survivor says Israel is still safer than the US)

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, that Hamas had stolen fuel and other relief supplies, then deleted the post and insisted no looting had occurred, the Times reported. – Reported by the newspaper of Israel. report.Axios reporter Barak Ravid Posted X reported that Israeli and UN officials acknowledged the theft by Hamas and posted screenshots of the posts, which have since been deleted.

Hamas on Friday released 25 hostages, including 13 Israeli nationals, captured in the October 7 attack as part of an agreement brokered by the Qatari government. Israel will also release 150 Palestinian prisoners as part of the deal, according to Axios.

Israeli officials claim Islamic extremist terrorist group fired rockets into Israel on first day of outage, Newsweek report.

The Israel Defense Forces has suspended military operations in Gaza after Hamas carried out deadly terrorist attacks in multiple locations in southern Israel on October 7, killing more than 1,400 people, including at least 30 Americans. It started.

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