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The Right Scoop

Nov. 21 2023

The Israeli government has just approved a hostage deal that should secure the release of 42 hostages from the hands of Hamas terrorists, according to ABC News.

As we reported earlier, the agreement is that the IDF will pause fighting for four days and the hostages will be released throughout this pause.

The Israeli cabinet has approved the deal to release the hostages, CNN is told.

— Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) November 22, 2023

According to ABC News, the hostages released will be 30 children and 12 women. They also report that 150 Palestinian prisoners must be released by Israel.

Here’s more from Axios:

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Nov 22, 2023 #FOXNews

Former FBI Special Agent Jonathan Gilliam on why he thinks Israel's hostage deal with Hamas is a bad idea and how Hamas could use hostages as leverage against Israel in the future.

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On 11/21/2023 at 9:03 PM, Valin said:
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#BREAKING: 15 minutes after the ceasefire began, Hamas fired rockets into southern Israel.
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The IDF confirmed that a rocket was intercepted by the Iron Dome, but they aren’t saying yet who it was that fired it:
 
"TheIsrael Defense Forces (IDF) has reported that unspecified Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip violated a nascent ceasefire after only 15 minutes, telling Newsweek it intercepted a rocket fired towards southern Israel.

Rocket sirens sounded in the evacuated southern Israeli towns of Kissufim and Ein HaShlosha early on Friday morning, shortly after a four-day ceasefire came into effect that will allow a prisoner exchange and the delivery of humanitarian aid into the besieged and devastated Gaza Strip.

“There was a rocket and it was intercepted,” the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit told Newsweek of the reports, noting it was fired at 7:15 a.m. local time; 15 minutes after the ceasefire—which the IDF is calling an “operational pause”—came into effect.

It is not yet clear which group was responsible for the alleged rocket launch, though the IDF has previously said Hamas bears responsibility for any attacks from Gaza into southern Israel given it holds influence over other local militant groups.

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