以色列相信现有132名人质,20人已死亡。三名人质已经逃脱或被遗弃,举白旗呼救仍被射杀

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2天前,释放50名妇女儿童,要求暂时停火三天。哈马斯提出释放以色列监狱中的妇女儿童,停止无人机监控。​

为防止哈马斯转移人质,以色列可能无法接受停放无人机。​



1 hr 53 min ago

Hamas has demanded Israel stop flying surveillance drones over Gaza in hostage negotiations, sources say​

From CNN's Alex Marquardt, Kaitlan Collins, MJ Lee and Oren Liebermann

Hamas has demanded that Israel stop flying surveillance drones over Gaza as part of its request that Israel pause its military operations in exchange for freeing hostages held by the terrorist group, according to two Israeli officials and third source familiar with the ongoing negotiations.
While Israel could pause its military operations for as long as several days to allow for scores of hostages to be released, the sources suggested it is unlikely to accept the drone request since it would mean losing track of the movements of Hamas operatives, including any efforts to move the hostages within the Gaza strip.
The demand by Hamas about drone overflights has not been previously reported and with the intense discussions continuing, it’s unclear whether it remains on the table or has already been formally rejected by Israel as a part of the negotiations.
A spokesperson for the Israeli embassy in Washington declined to comment on Friday.
The Israeli military has been flying drones in the skies over Gaza for hours on end virtually every day during their military operation, using them as a primary means of surveillance to monitor the battlefield.
Throughout the negotiations, Israel has been balancing its urgent desire to get hostages freed with concerns Hamas would only exploit any pause to stifle Israel’s military advantage and regroup.
A pause in the fighting that also requires Israel to keep its drones out of Gaza’s airspace would deny the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) of one of its most important ways to observe Hamas movements from above. It could allow Hamas to reposition its fighters before the ceasefire expires with Israeli troops exposed on the ground, and it would offer Hamas a window to reshuffle the hiding locations for hostages.
The Pentagon has also been flying American surveillance drones over Gaza in support of Israel’s efforts to find the hostages, which include an estimated 10 Americans. US officials said the American intelligence being gathered is not being used to conduct lethal strikes.
More background on negotiations: The negotiating parties — Israel, Hamas and the US, with Qatar mediating between them — continue to grind away, as they try to reach an agreement on a number of sticking points. These include how many days a potential pause in fighting would last and the number of hostages that would be released, according to sources familiar with the talks.
On Friday, US President Joe Biden spoke with Qatar’s leader, Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, according to a person familiar with the call. Qatar has hosted hostage talks that have included the heads of Israeli and US intelligence. It was the second call between the two men this week.
The hostages expected to be released first are women and children. Hamas has also asked for women and children in Israelis prisons to be freed at the same time. Other demands made by Hamas during the negotiations are more aid and fuel into Gaza, sources say, as well as allowing Palestinians who have fled south for safety to return to northern Gaza, where Israel now has control.
Read more here.

Israel considering deal with Hamas for temporary Gaza cease-fire in exchange for release of some hostages​

BY MARGARET BRENNAN
UPDATED ON: NOVEMBER 16, 2023 / 12:02 PM EST / CBS NEWS


Exclusive: Qatar seeking Israel-Hamas deal to free 50 hostages and 3-day truce​

By Andrew Mills and Ahmed Mohamed Hassan
November 15, 20232:52 PM ESTUpdated 2 days ago
 
人质释放协议最快可能在今天达成。

  • A deal to release hostages taken from Israel by Hamas in exchange for a pause in fighting in Gaza could be announced as soon as today, sources tell CNN. Earlier, a Hamas leader said the group was "close to reaching a truce agreement."
 
以色列居然还抓了一票人质?从哪里抓的?加沙?
 
几分钟前美国总统说很接近完成。

现在交到以色列内阁讨论。

大约每天释放12名人质,4天50名。另外可能释放80名泰国人质。

A little while ago, US President Joe Biden said a deal was "very close" that could see Hamas releasing Israeli hostages. Here's a clip of his comments in full.

"Nothing is done until it's done," he told reporters in Washington.

  • The deal would call for the release of 50 women and children hostages and a four-to-five day pause in fighting. Three Palestinian prisoners in Israel would be freed for every civilian hostage that is released, according to multiple sources.
  • Posted at 11:4811:48

    Israeli official says 50 hostages to be released over four days​

    The BBC has been hearing from a senior Israeli official about a potential deal.
    They say the arrangement will see 50 Israelis released "within four days" - so about 12 of them per day.
    The senior Israeli official says all of Israel's security bodies, as well as the military and intelligence services, are in favour of the proposed deal - having rejected an earlier one that was mediated by Qatar.
    The official also says: "In addition, maybe Hamas will release Thais unilaterally. At most it [the deal] will reach 80 people."
    Thailand's foreign ministry has said 25 of its citizens were taken during the Hamas attacks on 7 October. BBC News has found names for 12 of them - you can read more on that here.
    There are thought to be about 240 people being held hostage by Hamas.


    Read more about these links.
 
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以色列两个极右翼党不支持人质交易。

6 min ago

Two far-right Israeli parties say they won't support proposed hostage deal​

 
3 min ago

Israel’s cabinet votes to approve deal to release at least 50 hostages in exchange for 4-day truce​

From CNN's Andrew Carey

Israel’s cabinet has approved a deal that would see the release of at least 50 hostages — women and children — held in Gaza by Hamas, in exchange for a four-day truce in Israel’s air and ground campaign in the enclave, according to an Israeli government statement.
The statement held out the potential for the truce to extend beyond the original four-day period, saying that an extra day would be added to the truce for each 10 additional hostages available for release.
The statement also made clear that Israel plans to resume its air and ground campaign “to complete the eradication of Hamas” once this round of hostage releases concludes.
The statement made no mention of the release of Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails, though it is understood this is also a key part of the deal. Earlier reports Tuesday suggested about 150 Palestinian prisoners — also predominantly women and children — would be released.
The deal was approved by the Israeli cabinet by a significant majority, a government source told CNN.
A more detailed statement will be sent to families of the hostages later today, the statement read.
This post was updated with additional details from the Israeli government statement.

People look at pictures of Hamas' hostages during a demonstration in Tel Aviv, Israel, calling for their release on November 11.

Ahmad Gharabli/AFP/Getty Images
Pictures of Hamas' hostages displayed during a demonstration in Tel Aviv, Israel.

CNN — Israel’s cabinet has approved a deal that would see the release of at least 50 hostages – women and children – from Gaza, according to an Israeli government statement, in what is expected to result in the first sustained pause in fighting and major de-escalatory step since Israel’s war with Hamas began.
The freeing of the hostages will come in exchange for a four-day truce in Israel’s air and ground campaign in Gaza, the statement said. It made no mention of the release of Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails, though it is understood this is also a key part of the deal. Earlier reports suggested about 150 Palestinian prisoners, also predominantly women and children, would be released.
The deal was approved by the Israeli cabinet by a significant majority, a government source told CNN.
 
Posted at 17:1917:19

Palestinian Authority says 300 Palestinians could be freed​

Riyad al-Maliki is interviewed on a BBC News programme

BBCCopyright: BBC
The foreign minister of the Palestinian Authority (PA) says a deal between Israel and Hamas could see as many as 300 Palestinian prisoners freed.
"We have heard 50 Israeli detainees (could be) exchanged for 300 Palestinians imprisoned in Israeli prisons, all women and children," Riyad al-Maliki told The Context programme on BBC News a short while ago.
The PA is based in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, and is entirely separate to Hamas - the group that governs the Gaza Strip and whose armed wing attacked on Israel on 7 October, taking hostages.
The 300 number given by al-Maliki is double that provided by US officials - who were earlier quoted saying that the exchange would involve the release of 150 Palestinians.
Al-Maliki said it remained to be seen whether a deal would be finalised anyway: "Right now it is in the hands of the Israeli government."
 
这不成了和恐怖组织谈判么
 
CNN 报道交换150名巴勒斯坦囚犯,包括妇女儿童,没说全部是妇女儿童。

交易包括哈马斯每增加释放10名人质,换取一天停火。

Under the deal, the release of every additional 10 hostages will extend the pause in fighting by one day.

16 min ago

150 Palestinian prisoners will be released from Israeli jails as part of hostage deal, Hamas says​

From CNN's Kareem El Damanhoury

One hundred and fifty Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli jails will be released as part of a deal reached with Israel over hostages held in Gaza, according to a Hamas statement early Wednesday.
The prisoners are women and children, the statement said.
Hamas confirmed the deal, brokered by Qatari and Egyptian mediation, which will see the release of 50 hostages, also women and children, held in Gaza since October 7.
The deal also involves the entry of hundreds of trucks carrying aid relief, medical supplies and fuel to all parts of Gaza, the Hamas statement said.
 
以色列监狱里的儿童哪来的?这不也成恐怖主义了吗?
 
按照以色列法律,交换,释放的囚犯必须公布姓名。这次停火四天,用150名巴勒斯坦囚犯换取50名1007被劫持的人质。公布了300名单,以备进一步交换。

以色列指责1007的最大黑手Sinwar在以色列狱中度过了22年。

辛瓦尔于2011年获释,作为一项协议的一部分,1027名巴勒斯坦和以色列阿拉伯囚犯获释,以换取一名以色列人质,即以色列国防军士兵吉拉德·沙利特(Gilad Shalit)。


谷歌翻译:

分析即将获释的巴勒斯坦囚犯名单

BBC verify 的数据团队一直在审查以色列当局发布的一份名单,其中列出了 300 名巴勒斯坦囚犯的详细信息,其中一半预计将作为包括为期四天的人道主义停战协议的一部分而被释放。

根据协议条款,哈马斯将首先释放在加沙被扣为人质的 50 名以色列妇女和儿童,以换取以色列监狱中关押的 150 名囚犯——巴勒斯坦青少年和成年妇女。

我们对数据的分析表明:

巴勒斯坦人名单上有
267 名(89%)是男性
121 人 (40%) 年龄在 18 岁以下
2023年1月1日至10月5日期间,有203人(68%)被捕。
所有男性年龄均不超过19岁——
所有20岁及以上的均为女性
其余 97 人(32%)于 2023 年 1 月 1 日之前被捕。
10 月 7 日哈马斯袭击以色列后,名单上的人均未被捕

我们正在努力准确翻译文件中的文本,其中包含有关每个被拘留者的更多信息,包括他们所指控的罪行和刑罚的性质。

Analysing the list of Palestinian prisoners set to be freed​

BBC Verify’s data team has been examining a list issued by the Israeli authorities which gives details of 300 Palestinian prisoners - half of whom are expected to be released as part of deal that includes a four-day humanitarian pause in fighting.
Under the terms of the agreement, Hamas would initially release 50 Israeli women and children held hostage in Gaza in exchange for 150 prisoners - Palestinian teenagers as well as adult women - held in Israeli jails.
Our analysis of the data shows that:
  • 267 (89%) of those on the list of Palestinians are male
  • 121 (40%) are aged under 18
  • 203 (68%) were arrested between 1 January and 5 October 2023. None of the males is older than 19 - all those 20 and over are female
  • The remaining 97 (32%) were arrested before 1 January 2023. None of the people on the list were arrested after Hamas attacked Israel on 7 October
We are working to accurately translate text in the document which contains additional information about each detainee, including the nature of their alleged offences and sentences.

以色列监狱里的儿童哪来的?这不也成恐怖主义了吗?
所有300人中,267人(89%)为男性,均不超过19岁。
203人(68%)于今年1月1日-10月5日被捕。
 
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“人质换停火”协议谈判过程被曝极其痛苦 “每一步都像拔牙”​

文章来源: 国际观察 于 2023-11-22 07:16:50 - 新闻取自各大新闻媒体,新闻内容并不代表本网立场!
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新一轮巴以冲突持续一个半月,当地时间11月22日,巴以双方终于达成首个停火协议。美国总统拜登当天透露,有关“人质换停火”协议的谈判早在开战之初就已开始,但直至10月下旬才有初步进展。美国有线电视新闻网(CNN)同日透露了有关谈判的更多细节。

多名消息人士透露,在卡塔尔的斡旋下,美国10月下旬与哈马斯取得联系并完成“试点”谈判,促使两名美国人质获释。但以军地面行动打断谈判进程,同时,各方就协议细节反复拉扯,持续数周时间之久。

“有时,谈判进展似乎缓慢得令人痛苦,”CNN报道称。一名知情官员直言,“每一步都像拔牙”。

CNN援引消息称,10月7日哈马斯袭击以色列并扣押超200名人质,其中包括美国公民。拜登政府第一时间与哈马斯进行有关人质获释问题的谈判,但在卡塔尔协调员的帮助下,才于10月下旬与哈马斯进行有效沟通。知情官员们称,谈判的初步阶段被他们称作“试点”谈判。

10月20日,哈马斯释放了被扣押在加沙地带的首批人质,即美国母女朱迪斯·拉阿南和娜塔莉·拉阿南。

一名拜登政府高级国安官员告诉CNN,“那一天将成为一个证据”,证明白宫已经成功地建立了一个通过卡塔尔与哈马斯沟通谈判的途径。

随后,美国、卡塔尔、巴以双方正式开始了长达数周的“人质换停火”协议谈判。知情人士透露,在这一阶段,拜登与以色列总理内塔尼亚胡直接通话沟通,卡塔尔总理在多哈与哈马斯高级政治领袖哈尼亚进行会谈,就连美国中央情报局、以色列摩萨德也参与其中。

10月24日,哈马斯似乎同意了释放妇女和儿童人质的协议条件。然而,美国没有说服以色列。

10月27日,以色列军队正式对加沙地带开展地面攻势,谈判一度陷入僵局。CNN称,在接下来的几周里,美国、以色列和卡塔尔与哈马斯进行了反复谈判,就可能达成协议的每一个细节进行了磋商,包括时间框架、人质数量、安全通道和监管问题。

11月3日,美国国务卿布林肯抵达以色列,敦促以色列政府接受“人道主义暂停”,因为美国认为这将推动人质问题的进展。在美国的压力下,以色列政府花了几天时间才同意所谓“战术暂停”。

美国国务院的一名高级官员说,释放哪些人质以及是否公开获释人质信息,都是阻碍协议达成的关键症结。一开始,哈马斯拒绝提供有关人质的身份信息,在拜登与卡塔尔埃米尔11月12日进行了一通“非常重要、非常紧张的通话”后,哈马斯做出让步,同意提供获释人质的年龄、性别和国籍。

11月15日,拜登在APEC峰会期间再次致电卡塔尔埃米尔,告诉他“时间到了”。埃米尔则向拜登保证,他将尽一切可能促成这项协议。

随后,白宫中东协调员布雷特·麦格克先后前往卡塔尔和以色列,与各方检查了最终协议的文本。有知情人士透露,一周前,内塔尼亚胡曾对麦格克说:“我们需要这项协议。”

11月19日,以色列战时内阁在最终文本上做了一些小改动后,批准了这份协议。该协议由卡塔尔埃米尔转交给哈马斯,据称,埃米尔当时向哈马斯明确表示:“这是最终报价。”

11月21日早,哈马斯回应卡塔尔,他们“批准了该协议”。22日凌晨,经过多场会议后,以色列内阁批准了这项“人质换停火”协议。消息人士透露,内塔尼亚胡在结束紧张的内阁会议,一切尘埃落定后,一把抓住了麦格克的手臂。

当地时间22日凌晨,以色列内阁批准了一项与哈马斯的临时停火协议。

根据卡塔尔政府发布声明,哈马斯将释放50名被扣押的妇女儿童人质,换取为期四天的临时停火时间;以色列方面将释放被关押在以色列监狱中的总计150名巴勒斯坦妇女和儿童。声明称,停火时间将在24小时内宣布,期间将有数百辆载有救援物资、医疗用品和燃料的卡车进入加沙地带。

回忆起持续数周的谈判进程,知情人士告诉CNN,“有时,谈判进展似乎缓慢得令人痛苦”,因为每一步的沟通都十分复杂:从卡塔尔或埃及转到哈马斯,然后再转到卡塔尔或埃及,最后转到以色列和美国。

“每一步都像拔牙,”一名知情官员如此形容称。

CNN还在报道中提到一个细节。11月初,以色列加紧对加沙地带的地面攻势,并在11月10日后围困了加沙最大医院希法医院。以军的行动导致卡塔尔与哈马斯断联,待联系恢复后,哈马斯曾威胁要中止谈判,除非以军撤出希法医院。以军拒绝了哈马斯这一要求。

CNN称,虽然只有50名妇女和儿童获释,但美国官员预计,该协议最终将为哈马斯释放更多人质铺平道路。目前仍有10名美国人下落不明,其中包括两名妇女和一名三岁女孩。

半岛电视台此前曾援引专家分析称,协议的达成,与以色列面临的来自国内外的压力有关。

卡塔尔多哈研究生研究所的安全军事专家奥马尔·阿舒尔(Omar Ashour)向半岛电视台表示,哈马斯提出协议已经有一段时间了,这增加了以色列方面的压力。他同时提醒说,“暂时停火并不总是带来更长久的停火,反而可能导致事态升级”,各方仍应谨慎行事。

多哈研究生研究所公共政策专家塔梅尔·卡尔穆特(Tamer Qarmout)认为,这项“人质换停火”协议是在非常“脆弱的局势”下达成的。他解释说:“如果能协议可以全面执行,可能会带来另一个交换囚犯和俘虏的机会,并有希望结束这场战争。”

但值得一提的是,内塔尼亚胡在协议达成后表态称,以色列无意结束冲突。他表示:“我们正处于战争之中,我们将继续这场战争,直到我们实现所有目标。要摧毁哈马斯,就必须释放我们所有的人质,并确保加沙的任何实体都无法威胁以色列。”

据半岛电视台消息,目前,以军在加沙的军事行动仍在继续。当地时间21日晚至22日早,以军加强了对加沙地带的空袭,位于加沙北部的两家医院和贾巴利亚难民营周围地区成为攻击目标。

 
BBC报道,以色列宣布人质交换和停火都推迟一天,周五前不会开始。
  1. A significant delay to the hostage deal​

    Tom Bateman
    Middle East correspondent, in Jerusalem
    The sense had been all day in Israel that, according to the agreement, it would be 10:00 local time on Thursday (08:00 GMT) that a ceasefire would begin.
    A couple of hours after that, you'd get the release of the first batch of hostages held by Hamas - and then Palestinian prisoners held by Israel would also be freed.
    But more uncertainty appeared when Daniel Hagari, the chief spokesman for the Israeli military, gave a briefing a few hours ago and said he didn’t know what time a ceasefire might start.
    We've now heard the head of Israel's National Security Council say that the negotiations are progressing and continuing - but hostages won't be released before Friday.
    That appears to be quite a significant delay - anything from 24 hours or even beyond - to plans that had been widely briefed and which we understood would be taking place tomorrow.

    Posted at 17:5717:57

    Ceasefire also delayed​



    Orla Guerin
    Reporting from Jerusalem

    An Israeli government source has told the BBC that the ceasefire has also been delayed.
 
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