Hamas Says It Agrees to Ceasefire Proposed by Egypt, Qatar – EVOL

No immediate details of the agreement were revealed, nor has Israel released any statement about it.

Hamas accepted a Gaza ceasefire proposal on May 6, after Israeli Defense Forces began to launch airstrikes on eastern sections of Rafah.

The terrorist group released a statement that its chief, Ismail Haniyeh, informed Qatar’s prime minister and Egypt’s intelligence chief accepting the proposal.

No immediate details were revealed. Israel has not yet released any statement in response.

The U.S. State Department confirmed, “Hamas has issued a response.”

“We are reviewing that response now and discussing it with our partners in the region,” a spokesperson said.

Israeli authorities ordered Palestinian civilians to evacuate the eastern part of the city in preparation for large-scale activity.

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The Israel Defense Forces released a statement on X stating that a humanitarian area in nearby Al-Mawasi was expanded to accommodate the increased levels of aid entering the region, and that civilians in specific areas of eastern Rafah will be guided there. Those calls will be shared in Arabic via flyers, SMS messages, phone calls, and media broadcasts.

“The IDF will continue pursuing Hamas everywhere in Gaza until all the hostages that they’re holding in captivity are back home,” they said.

Airstrikes were reported in the



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