Middle East, “hostages in exchange for a truce”. Israel says no

The war continues. Hamas has offered to release some hostages in exchange for a truce, but so far Israel has not accepted. The news was released by the BBC, English television, although there are no official confirmations of the results of the negotiations in which international mediators are involved. Furthermore, Hamas would not have all the hostages in its hands, as some would be in the hands of other Palestinian groups.

And although there is no talk of a truce, there is a serious risk of the conflict spreading. Lebanese Hezbollah says it is targeting Israeli military positions along the border in attacks with anti-tank missiles and gunfire. According to Haaretz, the group said it was responsible for all five anti-tank missiles launched today against Israel. Lebanese media reports that Hezbollah has confirmed attacks on five Israeli positions in the Shebaa Farms area. According to Israeli Forces (IDF) spokesman Daniel Hagari, today around thirty rockets were launched into the disputed Mount Dov region, in the Shebaa Farms area.

Source: IL Tempo