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Receiving the sixth batch of hostages to Ramallah

It included a list of 30 male and female prisoners, and a Red Cross bus transporting them from Ofer Prison to the city of Ramallah. Since last Friday, over the course of 6 days, Israel has received 70 women and children prisoners in exchange for the release of 210 Palestinian women and children prisoners also in Israeli prisons under the exchange deal.
At dawn on Thursday, Israel released Palestinian prisoners, including children and women, as part of the sixth batch in a series of mutual releases under an exchange deal with the Hamas movement.
In addition, a bus belonging to the International Committee of the Red Cross left the Israeli Ofer military prison, west of the city of Ramallah, carrying children and women from the West Bank.
The released prisoners were received by a crowd of their relatives, as clashes broke out between Palestinian revelers and Israeli occupation forces outside Ofer Prison, from which the prisoners were released.
The Palestinian Red Crescent said that 5 Palestinians were injured by bullets, one of whom was in serious condition, during the clashes that took place outside the prison.
Before the release of the detainees, the Israeli occupation forces stormed the neighborhoods near the Ofer military prison, all the way to the schools roundabout in the center of the town.
A bus and vehicles belonging to the International Committee of the Red Cross also transported 15 of the released detainees from the “Ofer” military prison to Ramallah, while 8 Jerusalemite detainees were released from “Al-Maskobiyya” to their homes, in addition to the release of 7 female detainees from inside… The 48 lands.
Earlier on Wednesday, the occupation police stormed the homes of the families of a number of Jerusalemite detainees prior to their release, and warned them against holding any celebrations or gatherings.
On Wednesday, the Hamas movement announced a list of 30 names of Palestinian prisoners scheduled to be released, as part of the exchange deal between Israel and the movement, which included female activist prisoners: Khadija Khweis and Hanadi Al-Halawani from Jerusalem and Ahed Tamimi from Ramallah.
On Wednesday/Thursday night, 14 detainees arrived in Israel after their release from the Gaza Strip, including 4 who hold Thai citizenship, according to an announcement by the Israeli army.
The Qatari Foreign Ministry spokesman, Majid Mohammed Al-Ansari, said on the “X” platform that “according to the commitments of the sixth day of the armistice agreement, on Wednesday, 30 Palestinians will be released, in exchange for the release of 10 hostages in Gaza, in addition to two Russian citizens and four Thais.” “Outside the framework of the agreement, they were handed over to the Red Cross.”
As Al-Ansari explained, “The Palestinians released from Israeli prisons include 16 minors and 14 women.”
For its part, the Palestinian Red Crescent announced that Tawaqa dealt with “5 injuries from live bullets, one of them very serious, in front of Ofer Prison” following confrontations between the Israeli army and Palestinian youths in the town of Beitunia.
Eyewitnesses told Anadolu that the Israeli army stormed the town just before the Red Cross bus left the nearby Ofer prison.
Since last Friday, over the course of 6 days, Israel has received 70 women and children prisoners in exchange for the release of 210 Palestinian women and children prisoners also in Israeli prisons under the exchange deal.
With Qatari-Egyptian-American mediation, a temporary truce for four days began on November 24, which was extended for an additional two days. Its provisions include a temporary ceasefire, a prisoner exchange, and the entry of humanitarian aid into the Gaza Strip, where 2.3 million Palestinians affected by the war live.
On October 7, the Palestinian resistance launched an attack on the settlements surrounding the Gaza Strip, during which it killed more than 1,200 Israelis, injured more than 5,000, and captured about 239.
While Israel launched a devastating war on the Gaza Strip, it left massive infrastructure destruction and tens of thousands of civilian casualties, most of them children and women, in addition to an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe, according to official Palestinian and UN sources.

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