Israel To Discuss Possible ‘Truce’ With Hamas, Hostage Deal

Since Hamas terrorists launched their unprecedented invasion of Israel, talks have emerged surrounding whether a “truce” could take place as the Holy Land continues to retaliate against the terrorists. In response, the Israeli government will soon discuss whether such a course of action is appropriate.

With Hamas holding Israelis hostage in the Gaza Strip, some in the upper echelon of the terrorist organization are calling for a “truce” with the Jewish State in exchange for the release of the hostages.

It appears that Israel is more determined to eliminate Hamas, which brutally launched an invasion into Israeli territory on Oct. 7, 2023, and massacred innocent Jewish people, including citizens.

“The first goal is eliminating Hamas; we are not stopping until this is carried out. The second goal is the return of the hostages. I do not think that it is necessary to belabor the point, not even now, but I hope there will be good news soon,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recently said, per Just the News.

The head of Hamas’ Political Bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, recently said that with Egypt and Qatar as mediators, “We are close to reaching a truce agreement.”

As such, the Israeli government will soon call upon the War Cabinet and the Security Cabinet to discuss the “release of our hostages.”

Reports have circulated online stating that a deal is in place between Hamas and Israel involving the release of the terrorist organization’s hostages, but Netanyahu has declared such reports to be false.

“Concerning the hostages, there are many unsubstantiated rumors, many incorrect reports. I would like to make it clear: As of now, there has been no deal. But I want to promise: When there is something to say – we will report to you about it,” the Israeli prime minister said.

The Israeli government is scheduled to hold talks about a potential “truce agreement” with Hamas on Oct. 28, 2023. If the Holy Land’s government agrees to such a deal, thousands of Hamas terrorists would be released from its prisons in exchange for the release of 50-80 hostages, according to Israel National News.