- France will send a new round of humanitarian aid to Gaza and is ready to shelter injured children in French hospitals, announced Emmanuel Macron. Read the article
- The issue of the release of the hostages held in Gaza is at the center of diplomatic discussions regarding the conflict between Israel and Hamas in recent hours. Read the article
- The Israeli military released images purportedly from surveillance cameras at al-Shifa hospital in Gaza, showing hostages kidnapped on October 7. Read the article
Macron denounces Netanyahu for “too many civilian casualties” in Gaza and “violence” in the West Bank
Emmanuel Macron questioned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the “too many civilian victims” in Gaza, reminding him of the “absolute need to distinguish terrorists from the population,” the Elysée announced on Sunday.
Regarding the situation in the West Bank, the head of state expressed to Benjamin Netanyahu “his great concern about the increase in violence against Palestinian civilians”, asking “to do everything possible to prevent the spread of this violence and maintain calm.”
He also addressed this issue during an interview with the president of the Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas, with whom he “condemned the violence” committed “against Palestinian civilians” in the West Bank, the French presidency indicated.
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Israeli army publishes videos showing “hostages in Al Shifa hospital”
The Israeli army released images on Sunday afternoon that appeared to come from surveillance cameras at the Al Shifa hospital in Gaza and showed the entry of hostages into the facility’s facilities on October 7.
“These findings prove that the Hamas terrorist organization used the al-Shifa hospital complex on the day of the massacre as a terrorist infrastructure,” the Israeli military and intelligence said in a statement.
These images, whose authenticity could not immediately be verified by AFP, appear to date from October 7, 2023, the day on which the Palestinian Islamist movement carried out its attack against Israel, the most violent in the country’s history since 1948, killing about 1,200 people, mostly civilians according to Israeli authorities, and taking about 240 hostages.
Former Israeli president Reuven Rivlin will be received today at the Elysée
Reuven Rivlin, former president of the State of Israel (2014-2021), will be received on Monday at the Elysée for an interview with Emmanuel Macron.
“On the occasion of this interview, the President of the Republic will once again express his solidarity with Israel in the face of the horror of the terrorist attacks perpetrated by Hamas in Israel on October 7, which left 1,200 victims, including 40 French.” announces a press release from the Palace.
“We are not in a hurry”: a relative of the missing was reserved about the possible release of hostages
United States and France increases its pressure due to the hope of the imminent release of the hostages detained by Hamas. For Yaël Tamir, whose loved ones have been missing since October 7, it is too early to rejoice.
“As long as we have not seen the hostages in Israeli territory, I am holding back (…) I hope (that they will be released, ed.) but we are in no hurry,” he reserves.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will receive the families of the hostages in Tel Aviv this Monday afternoon around 7:00 p.m. A meeting that must take place without the presence of the press.
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