‘Take the prisoners, carry our households dwelling’: family members of hostages hope for deal | DW News

Israel and Hamas look like on the verge of an settlement to launch a few of the hostages held in Gaza. According to an announcement cited by a number of information businesses, the chief of the Islamist militant group Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh, has mentioned that negotiators are "close to reaching a deal."It’s thought the settlement would see a swap of Palestinian prisoners being held in Israeli jails for a big variety of Israeli hostages taken by Hamas on October 7. A short lived truce of a number of days can be mentioned to be a part of the deal, as is the motion of humanitarian help into Gaza.
DW talks to Abbey Onn, an American Israeli in Tel Aviv, concerning the hostages. Two members of her household have been killed within the October 7 terror assaults, three others are believed to be Hamas hostages.

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