Israel-Hamas: three French hostages were released as part of the truce

While the four-day truce between Hamas and Israel will be extended, three French hostages were released by Hamas on Monday 27 November.

Nearly two months after Hamas’ attack on Israel on October 7, several hostages were released as of Friday, November 24, as part of the truce agreement between Hamas and Israel. If no French had yet been released, Monday 27 November three of them were released.

The three French young people involved are minors, aged between 12 and 16. All three were kidnapped from Kibbutz Nir Oz along with their fathers during the October 7 attack.

The latter are still considered hostages of Hamas. As adults, they are not considered for release by Hamas under the terms of the signed agreement. Five French people are currently still held hostage by Hamas.

Extension of the truce for 48 hours

Hamas and Qatar announced on Monday 27 November the Extension of the truce by 48 hours in Gaza, with further releases of hostages held by the Palestinian Islamic movement and of people held in Israeli prisons. To date, this truce, which was initially supposed to end on Tuesday 28 November in the morning, has allowed the release of 39 Israeli hostages and of 117 Palestinians held by Israel.

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