In Order to End the Israel-Hamas Conflict, Joe Biden Outlines a Three-Phase Hostage Agreement

In Order to End the Israel-Hamas Conflict, Joe Biden Outlines a Three-Phase Hostage Agreement

Biden went on to say that Hamas is “no longer capable” of attacking Israel on a major scale.

The remaining captives in Gaza could be freed, according to President Joe Biden, who on Friday provided details of a three-phase agreement that Israel has offered to Hamas militants. This could put an end to the grueling, nearly eight-month-old Mideast conflict.
In addition, Biden said that Hamas is “no longer capable” of attacking Israel on a large scale, and he urged the Israelis and Hamas to reach an agreement to free the remaining hostages in exchange for long-term peace.
In remarks from the White House, the Democratic president referred to the plan as “a road map to an enduring ceasefire and the release of all hostages.”

In addition to the removal of Israeli forces from all populated areas of Gaza and the release of numerous hostages, including women, the elderly, and the injured, Biden said that the first phase of the proposed agreement would last for six weeks and include the release of hundreds of Palestinian prisoners in exchange for a “full and complete ceasefire.”
At this point, American hostages would be freed, and the bodies of hostages who had perished would be given back to their relatives. During the initial phase, 600 trucks would be permitted entry into Gaza each day, leading to a spike in humanitarian aid.

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