GAZA LIVE BLOG: Israa’ Ja’abis, 38 Women, Children Freed | Israelis Released | Israeli Army Raids West Bank | Protests in Israel – DAY 50

Israa' Ja'abis, with her son, upon her return to her home in occupied East Jerusalem. (Photo: Video grab)

By Palestine Chronicle Staff  

Palestinian Health Ministry in Gaza: Death Toll: 14,854 Palestinians, including nearly 6,150 children. Wounded: 36,000. Missing: 7,000, including more than 4,700 women and children.

Government Media Office in Gaza: The Israeli attacks left 88 mosques fully destroyed, 174 others partially damaged. Three churches were targeted. Nearly 50 percent of all residential homes in Gaza were destroyed.

Human Rights Watch: At least 300 schools have been damaged and 183 teachers killed.

World Health Organization: “At least 553 people have been killed in 178 attacks on medical facilities in Gaza between October 7 and November 21, and the majority of hospitals in Gaza are no longer functional.”

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Sunday, November 26, 03:00 am (GMT+3)

PALESTINIAN MEDIA: Large crowds continue to celebrate Palestinian children released from Israeli detention centers today.

PALESTINIAN MEDIA: Palestinian prisoner Israa’ Ja’abis arrives at her home in the Palestinian city of Occupied Jerusalem. She said that Palestinians cannot celebrate when Gaza is wounded.

Sunday, November 26, 01:02 am (GMT+3)

AL-JAZEERA: Buses of Palestinian prisoners liberated from the Israeli Ofer prison arrived in the town of Beitunia in the West Bank.

Sunday, November 26, 00:02 am (GMT+3)

HAMAS: In response to the efforts of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, has completed the release of Thai detainees inside the Gaza Strip.

AL-JAZEERA: Israeli occupation fires gas bombs around the Ofer Prison in the West Bank.

Saturday, November 25, 11:40 pm (GMT+3)

AL-QASSAM: The Al-Qassam Brigades said that it handed over 13 Israeli detainees to the International Red Cross and 7 foreign nationals.

Saturday, November 25, 11:00 pm (GMT+3)

ISRAELI ARMY SPOKESMAN DANIEL HAGARI: There has been remarkable progress in the issue of freeing the captives.

CNN (QUOTING SENIOR US ADMINISTRATION OFFICIAL): The United States is working with Qatar, Egypt, and Israel to implement the hostage deal.

HAMAS: We responded to the efforts of Egypt and Qatar to ensure the continuation of the truce agreement.

QATARI FM: 39 Palestinian civilians will be released tonight in exchange for the release of 13 Israeli detainees and 7 foreigners.

Saturday, November 25, 9:00 pm (GMT+3)

QATARI FM: 39 Palestinian civilians will be released tonight in exchange for the release of 13 Israeli detainees.

PALESTINIAN HEALTH MINISTRY: A Palestinian was killed and three others were injured by Israeli occupation bullets when they stormed the city of Jenin in the occupied West Bank.

Saturday, November 25, 8:45 pm (GMT+3)

ISRAELI CHANNEL 12: Netanyahu is conducting extensive consultations with Gallant, Gantz, Mossad, Shin Bet, and the Chief of the Army Staff.

FOX NEWS: The Palestinian Resistance Movement Hamas and Israel are in discussions with Qatar to resolve the delay in releasing detainees.

DIRECTOR OF JENIN HOSPITAL: Israeli forces surrounded the hospital, closed all its entrances, and prevented the transfer of injured people to it after storming the city in the occupied West Bank.

HAMAS TOP OFFICIAL OSAMA HAMDAN: We are keen to implement the armistice agreement as long as Israel adheres to it.

AL-JAZEERA: Thousands of Israelis demonstrate in Tel Aviv to demand the release of all detainees

Saturday, November 25, 7:30 pm (GMT+3)

ISRAELI MEDIA: The Israeli army will continue the ground operation if the captives are not released at midnight.

AL-JAZEERA: A third Palestinian was injured by occupation bullets at Ofer prison

AL-JAZEERA: Israeli occupation forces stormed the city of Jenin.

ISRAELI ARMY RADIO: The delay in releasing detainees will be resolved soon.

Saturday, November 25, 6:20 pm (GMT+3)

AL-QASSAM BRIGADES: The Al-Qassam Brigades have decided to delay the release of the second batch of prisoners until the occupation adheres to the terms of the agreement related to allowing relief trucks into the northern part of the Gaza Strip, as well as the non-compliance for the release of prisoners.

BENNY GANTZ: The Israeli Army will return to attacking Gaza as soon as the truce ends.

AL-JAZEERA: Two young men were injured by Israeli Army gunfire near Ofer Prison, where the Palestinian prisoners are supposed to be released in the second phase of the exchange deal.

Saturday, November 25, 5:30 pm (GMT+3)

AL-JAZEERA: Israeli drones flew over Khan Yunis, south of Gaza, in violation of the terms of the truce agreement, which stipulates that Israeli aircraft will stop flying completely in the southern Gaza Strip.

ISRAELI CHANNEL 12: Technical reasons behind the delay in the release of Israeli detainees.


UNIFIL: One of our vehicles was hit today by Israeli army fire near the town of Aitaroun in southern Lebanon.

AL-JAZEERA: The family of Israa Jaabis expects her release today, especially since her brother was summoned by Israeli authorities, as happened yesterday with the families of six female prisoners who were released in Jerusalem.

EGYPT: We received positive signals regarding the possibility of extending the truce in Gaza.

HAMAS: The Palestinian Resistance Movement Hamas condemned Dutch parliamentarian Geert Wilders’ call to displace Palestinians from Jordan, and considered his position “fascist” and in line with Israel’s plans.

HAMAS: We appreciate the position of the Barcelona municipality to sever its relations with Israel.

AL-JAZEERA: Hundreds of protesters participated in a massive demonstration, today, Saturday, in London, to demand a permanent ceasefire in the Gaza Strip, and they also denounced the massacres committed by Israel in the besieged Strip.

Saturday, November 25, 4:00 pm (GMT+3)

DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS: We brought equipment to perform surgical operations in Gaza

HEAD OF PALESTINIAN PRISONERS AND EX-PRISONERS COMMISSION: Israeli authorities did not adhere to the terms of the armistice agreement yesterday, which stipulated the release of prisoners according to seniority.

DIRECTOR OF GAZA HEALTH MINISTRY: Israel forces sniped at medical teams at the safe passage during the truce.

DR. MADS GILBERT TO AL-JAZEERA: 75% of Gaza Strip hospitals are out of service.

Saturday, November 25, 3:00 pm (GMT+3)

GAZA CIVIL DEFENSE: The Director of Civil Defense in the Gaza Strip appealed to Arab countries to provide them with equipment to help them retrieve the bodies from under the rubble.

GAZA CROSSING AUTHORITY: The Rafah crossing was opened for Palestinians in Egypt to return to the Gaza Strip.

UNRWA: Israel did not leave a part of the West Bank that it did not control.

PALESTINIAN RED CRESCENT: 61 aid trucks entered northern Gaza for the first time since the start of the war.

Saturday, November 25, 2:00 pm (GMT+3)

JORDANIAN FM: Israel is committing war crimes in Gaza.

Saturday, November 25, 1:10 pm (GMT+3)

AL-JAZEERA: Sirens sounded in the Western Galilee.

HAMAS: We appreciate the position of the Prime Ministers of Belgium and Spain.

AL-JAZEERA: Israeli occupation forces stormed Nablus.

GAZA HEALTH MINISTRY: The spokesman for Gaza’s Ministry of Health Dr. Ashraf Al-Qudra, announced the complete evacuation of the Indonesian Hospital. Efforts are being made to evacuate the rest of the wounded from Al-Shifa Medical Complex.

Saturday, November 25, 12:00 pm (GMT+3)

HANIYEH’S ADVISOR: There are many violations of the agreement by the Israeli side.
The occupation violated the agreement by opening fire in more than one location in Gaza, which led to the death of two people.

PPC: 17 Palestinians were arrested in the occupied West Bank from yesterday.

Saturday, November 25, 11:20 am (GMT+3)

AP (QUOTING US OFFICIAL): A ship owned by an Israeli businessman was attacked by a drone in the Indian Ocean.

ISRAELI ARMY RADIO: The Israeli Prison Service received a list of the names of 42 Palestinian prisoners who will be released today, Saturday, under the exchange deal.

PALESTINIAN RED CRESCENT: The Palestinian Red Crescent received 196 trucks from its Egyptian counterpart through the Rafah crossing on Friday, noting that these trucks carry humanitarian aid, including food, water, medical supplies, and medicines.

Saturday, November 25, 10:00 am (GMT+3)

BELGIUM’S PM: Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo said that he reaffirmed to his Israeli counterpart, Benjamin Netanyahu, what he said at the Rafah crossing , which is, “We cannot continue to cause civilian casualties.”

PALESTINIAN HEALTH MINISTRY: A doctor was killed by Israeli occupation bullets in the town of Qabatiya, south of Jenin, in the northern West Bank.

Saturday, November 25, 09:00 am (GMT+3)

AL-JAZEERA: Israeli occupation forces storm the town of Qabatiay, south of Jenin.

Saturday, November 25, 08:00 am (GMT+3)

AL-JAZEERA: Israeli occupation forces storm the town of Qabatiya, south of Jenin.

PALESTINIAN MEDIA: Israeli occupation forces continue to storm and raid the Aqabat Jabr camp in Jericho , east of the West Bank, and are pushing military reinforcements towards it.

Saturday, November 25, 07:00 am (GMT+3)

ISRAELI ARMY: The Israeli occupation army announced at dawn on Saturday that it shot down a surface-to-air missile fired from Lebanon at an Israeli drone.

PALESTINIAN MEDIA: the Israeli occupation forces launched arrests during their storming of the Askar camp, east of Nablus in the West Bank, targeting a number of young Palestinians, in addition to assaulting one of the young men.

Saturday, November 25, 06:00 am (GMT+3)

ISRAEL: A statement from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said that Israel has received a list of detained prisoners set to be released by Hamas in Gaza on Saturday. 24 detainees, including a number of Israelis, were released on Friday, on the first day of a four-day truce.

WHO: The World Health Organization said on Friday it had no information about the fate of the director of the Al-Shifa Medical Complex in Gaza, Mohammed Abu Salmiya, who was arrested by Israel this week, and called for his rights to be “fully respected.”

(The Palestine Chronicle)

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