Heated debate between hostage relations and Israeli lawmakers | DW News

Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas look like on the verge of an settlement to launch among the hostages held in Gaza. According to an announcement cited by a number of information businesses, Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh mentioned negotiators have been ‘near reaching a deal.’ The settlement would see a swap of Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails in trade for Hamas setting free a big variety of the hostages they kidnapped from Israel on October seventh. A brief truce of a number of days is reportedly a part of the deal, which might moreover permit the entry of humanitarian support into the Gaza Strip.

As negotiations transfer ahead, a number of households of Israeli hostages have voiced concern that the nation’s struggle cupboard shouldn’t be making a severe effort to deliver their family members dwelling. Meeting with Israeli lawmakers, the relations of among the hostages urged them to not pursue a invoice that will permit the demise penalty for captured Palestinian militants — believing that even speaking about it might endanger the lives of their relations.

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