GAZA LIVE BLOG: Truce Extended | Gaza City Has No Fuel | Prisoner Swap Completed | Mass Arrests in West Bank – Day 52

People in Gaza try to reclaim a degree of normalcy amid the mass destruction created by Israel. (Photo: Mahmoud Ajjour, The Palestine Chronicle)

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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Monday, November 27, 02:10 am (GMT+3)

PALESTINIAN MINISTRY OF HEALTH: A Palestinian was killed by Israeli occupation soldiers in the town of Beitunia, west of Ramallah, in the occupied West Bank. The Israeli occupation forces stormed the town in conjunction with preparations for the release of the fourth batch of Palestinian prisoners from Ofer prison.

Monday, November 27, 1:20 am (GMT+3)

AL-JAZEERA: The fourth batch of Palestinian prisoners left the Ofer Prison.

AL-JAZEERA: The Israeli occupation authorities began releasing Palestinian prisoners as part of the fourth batch of the exchange deal.

ISRAELI MEDIA: The Israeli government approved the addition of 50 Palestinian prisoners in the occupation prisons for their release if Hamas releases more detainees in the Gaza Strip.

AL-JAZEERA: Israeli forces stormed Beitunia and shot a young Palestinian man.

AL-JAZEERA: Israeli occupation fired gas bombs toward the Palestinians in the vicinity of Ofer Prison.

DIRECTOR OF GAZA HEALTH MINISTRY: prevents the delivery of fuel to hospitals in the northern Gaza Strip.

Monday, November 27, 12:10 am (GMT+3)

MEDIA DIRECTOR AT RAFAH CROSSING: The aid that enters is a drop in the ocean of what the residents of Gaza need.

GAZA GOVERNMENT MEDIA OFFICE: Israel extends the detention of the director of Al-Shifa Hospital for 45 days.

QATARI FM: 30 Palestinian children and three women were released from Israeli prisons.

BIDEN: We are benefitting from the truce to increase the amount of aid to Gaza.

IRAN: We issued a warning to an American aircraft carrier that entered the Gulf waters.

GAZA GOVERNMENT MEDIA OFFICE: The death toll resulting from the Israeli war on Gaza has risen to more than 15,000, including more than 6,150 children and more than 4,000 women. Dozens of dead bodies were recovered from under the rubble or from the streets. Many others died from their wounds.

Monday, November 27, 9:30 pm (GMT+3)

AL-JAZEERA: The fourth batch of Palestinian prisoners includes 3 female prisoners and 30 children.

BIDEN: I will remain in contact with the leaders of Qatar, Egypt and Israel to ensure the implementation of every aspect of the armistice agreement.

ISRAELI PRISON SERVICE: We received a list of Palestinian prisoners to be released.

Monday, November 27, 8:10 pm (GMT+3)

HAARETZ: Yahya Sinwar met with some Israeli hostages held in Gaza Strip tunnels.

ISRAELI CHANNEL 12: The head of the Palestinian Resistance Movement Hamas in Gaza, Yahya Sinwar, met with some Israeli detainees and told them that they are “in the safest place and nothing bad will happen to them.”

ISRAELI MEDIA: The Red Cross received 11 Israeli hostages.

GAZA HEALTH MINISTRY: We managed to restart the dialysis department at Al-Shifa Hospital with exceptional efforts. We invite all kidney patients in Gaza City and Northern Gaza to go tomorrow to receive service.

UN SECRETARY-GENERAL GUTERRES: Extending the truce in the Gaza Strip represents a sign of hope.

AL-JAZEERA: Al-Qassam began handing over the fourth batch of detainees to the Red Cross.

WHITE HOUSE: Biden welcomes Qatar’s announcement to extend the truce.

QATARI PM: We hope that the truce agreement will lead to a permanent ceasefire in Gaza.

Monday, November 27, 6:25 pm (GMT+3)

HAMAS: An agreement has been reached with the brethren in Qatar and Egypt to extend the temporary humanitarian ceasefire for an additional two days under the same terms as the previous truce.

AL-JAZEERA: The Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that an agreement has been reached to extend the humanitarian truce for an additional two days in Gaza.

NETANYAHU’S OFFICE: The families of the detainees who will be released tonight have been notified.

Monday, November 27, 5:50 pm (GMT+3)

UN SECRETARY-GENERAL GUTERRES: the dialogue that led to the current 4-day “humanitarian truce” in the Gaza Strip must continue and turn into a “full humanitarian” ceasefire.

AP (QUOTING QATARI OFFICIAL): We focus on maintaining the ceasefire and preventing a regional war.

GOVERNOR OF ISRAELI CENTRAL BANK: The war could cost Israel 10% of its GDP.

REUTERS (QUOTING ISRAELI OFFICIAL): Israel will agree to an additional day of truce for every 10 detainees.

PPC: Israel arrested 260 Palestinians in the West Bank during the days of the truce.

Monday, November 27, 4:30 pm (GMT+3)

WALL STREET JOURNAL: Talks to extend the truce in Gaza for 4 days.

JORDANIAN FM: What is happening in Gaza falls within the scope of the legal definition of genocide.

Monday, November 27, 3:30 pm (GMT+3)

ISRAELI GOVERNMENT: Negotiations are continuing regarding the list of detainees expected to be released today.

UN NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL SPOKESMAN KIRBY: 7 to 10 Americans are among those detained in Gaza.

GAZA MUNICIPALITY: We cannot transport waste to landfills due to fuel shortages.

NATO: We call for extending the humanitarian truce in Gaza.

ISRAELI GOVERNMENT: Hamas knows that we are open to extending the truce. If Hamas wants to extend the truce, it must release 10 detainees for every additional truce day.

Monday, November 27, 12:50 pm (GMT+3)

AL-JAZEERA: The Israeli occupation forces opened fire on homes east of the Maghazi camp in the central Gaza Strip.

IRANIAN REVOLUTIONARY GUARD: Iran supports all Resistance movements in the region.

GAZA CIVIL DEFENSE: Large numbers of bodies in the vicinity of Al-Quds and Al-Rantisi hospitals.

JORDAN: We will not accept the deportation of Palestinians from Gaza.

EU FOREIGN POLICY CHIEF BORRELL- Hamas is an idea and an ideology, it cannot be eradicated.

PPC: Israeli occupation forces arrest 60 Palestinians in West Bank.

Monday, November 27, 10:30 am (GMT+3)

ISRAELI COMMUNICATIONS MINISTER: A preliminary agreement has been reached with American billionaire Elon Musk not to operate satellite Internet in Gaza without the approval of Tel Aviv.

GAZA HEALTH MINISTRY: The Ministry of Health in Gaza issued an appeal urging all medical teams to immediately join work at Kamal Adwan Hospital in the northern Gaza Strip.

EU FOREIGN POLICY CHIEF BORRELL: Israel allocating new funds to build more illegal settlements during the war is appalling.

CHINESE FM: Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will chair a Security Council session to seek a ceasefire in Gaza.

DIRECTOR GENERAL OF GAZA HOSPITALS: Fuel has not yet reached hospitals in the north.

ISRAELI RADIO: Qatar is working to solve a problem related to the names of the Israelis who will be released in the fourth installment of the prisoner exchange deal with the Palestinian Resistance.

YEDIOTH AHRONOTH: The Israeli occupation army dismissed two officers because their company withdrew from the battle in the northern Gaza Strip during the ground operation.

Monday, November 27, 9:00 am (GMT+3)

ISRAELI RADIO: Tel Aviv is awaiting the response of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) regarding extending the truce for an additional day in exchange for the release of 10 detainees.

Monday, November 27, 8:00 am (GMT+3)

ISRAELI MEDIA: Israel receives a list of detainees expected to be released today.

AL-JAZEERA: A crowd of demonstrators closed both sides of the Manhattan Bridge in New York City, rejecting the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip.

Monday, November 27, 7:00 am (GMT+3)

PENTAGON: Two ballistic missiles were launched from areas under AnsarAllah control towards an American destroyer in the Gulf of Aden.

AL-JAZEERA: Israeli occupation forces stormed Askar and Balata refugee camps.

Monday, November 27, 6:00 am (GMT+3)

FOX NEWS: The Yemeni Armed Forces, affiliated with the AnsarAllah group) fired two ballistic missiles towards an American destroyer on Sunday evening in the Gulf of Aden.

Monday, November 27, 2:35 am (GMT+3)

X: Thai Prime Minister Srita Tavisen wrote on X on Monday that Thai detainees released by the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement Hamas from the Gaza Strip are in good health. “I am delighted,” he said, noting that they were in good health and did not need urgent medical care.

(The Palestine Chronicle)

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