The Times of Israel newspaper on November 21 quoted Mr. Ben-Gvir as saying: “I am very worried because there are negotiations on some agreement. We are being prevented from participating and we are not being told the truth. There are speculations that Israel will once again make a big mistake similar to the Shalit agreement.”
In a 2011 deal, the Israeli government agreed to release more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners in exchange for the freedom of Jewish soldier Gilad Shalit held hostage by Muslim gunmen.
Mr. Ben-Gvir warned that Tel Aviv may be about to make “a deal that risks bringing disaster”. On November 20, this minister had a heated argument with the families of Israeli hostages being held by the armed group Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
The Israeli Minister of National Security spoke above in the context that both the US Government and the leader of Hamas recently revealed that the parties were about to reach an agreement to release a number of hostages held by Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
Israel attacked 250 suspected Hamas targets in one day
According to the Guardian newspaper, in a new message posted on social networks, the Israeli Air Force announced that it had “attacked nearly 250 Hamas targets” within the past 24 hours.
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) also posted a video of soldiers participating in the anti-Hamas campaign in the Gaza Strip.
“The 162nd Division has completed the siege of Jabalia (a city in the northern Gaza Strip) tonight and is ready to continue attacking, with the help of artillery and fighter jets,” the caption read. IDF.
Hamas says ‘closer to ceasefire agreement’, Israel – Hezbollah exchange fierce fire
Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh said the Islamic movement was “close to reaching a ceasefire agreement” with Israel.
Hamas suspends hostage negotiations, Israel strikes Lebanon
The armed Islamic movement Hamas announced that it was suspending hostage negotiations because of the Israeli military’s actions against the Gaza Strip’s largest hospital, Al Shifa.
Iran sued Israel at the ICC, Hamas accused Tel Aviv of evading the hostage release agreement
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani said Tehran plans to file a lawsuit with the International Criminal Court (ICC) against Israel over its actions in the Gaza Strip.