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Day 272 of Al-Aqsa storm Hamas' response to the ceasefire plan

According to the report of the Tasnim International News Agency, 272 days have passed since the war in Gaza and the Israeli army still sees no prospect of achieving its goals. Neither the Israeli prisoners have been released, nor has the Hamas military structure been destroyed, and even the past days were among the deadliest days of the war for the occupiers.

In the meantime, the Islamic resistance movement Hamas announced that it has discussed thoughts and ideas with intermediary parties to reach an agreement to stop the war against the Palestinian nation and has informed Egypt and Qatar about its response. The office of the Prime Minister of the Israel regime announced that Qatar and Egypt handed over Hamas' response to the prisoner exchange and ceasefire plan to this regime, and that this regime is going to review it and send its response to the mediating parties.

Follow the most important developments of the 272nd day of Al-Aqsa storm operation below:

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06:00- Displacement of 1.9 million people in Gaza

The Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) reported that 1.9 million people have been displaced in Gaza, and that 9 out of 10 people have been forced to leave their homes at least once.

According to this organization, about 110,000 people from Gaza fled to Egypt before the Rafah crossing was closed.

05:28- Israeli army air and artillery attack on south Lebanon

Lebanese sources reported the occupation army's artillery attack on Wadi Barghaz area and air attack on the outskirts of Al-Sarirah village in southern Lebanon.

04:10- US MSNBC network: Hezbollah rockets will target all areas of Israel

In a report on the strength of Lebanon's Hezbollah in a possible war with the Israeli regime, the American MSNBC network said that Hezbollah now has 200,000 missiles, some of which will target any point Hezbollah wants.

The network added: “Hizbollah suffered a strategic defeat against Israel in 2006, but the next war will be such that the 2006 war will look like a peaceful battle.”

“Hezbollah in 2024 is bigger, more armed, more experienced and politically stronger than it was in 2006,” MSNBC emphasized.

01:15- New York Times: Qatar has received a positive response from Hamas regarding Joe Biden's plan

The New York Times quoted an informed Qatari official as saying that Doha received a positive response from Hamas regarding Joe Biden's ceasefire proposal. The New York Times also wrote that Benjamin Netanyahu expressed his desire to stop the war in a conversation with some Knesset representatives.

00:50- Ismail Haniyeh's contact with Egypt, Qatar and Türkiye

In a statement, the Hamas movement announced Ismail Haniyeh's phone call with the authorities of Egypt and Qatar as mediators in the ceasefire negotiations. Haniyeh also talked with the Turkish authorities about the latest developments related to the negotiations.

Hamas emphasized that this movement is advancing the negotiations with high motivation and spirit.

00:33- Martyrdom of 2 girls in Israeli aerial bombardment in Gaza

2 girls were killed and 17 others were injured in the Israeli occupation army's air strike on Yaffa Street in Al-Darj neighborhood located in the center of Gaza.

00:00- Hamas' response to the mediators' proposal for a ceasefire

The Islamic resistance movement Hamas announced that it has discussed thoughts and ideas with mediators to reach an agreement to stop the war against the Palestinian nation.

The office of the Prime Minister of the Israel regime announced that Qatar and Egypt handed over Hamas' response to the prisoner exchange and ceasefire plan to this regime, and that this regime is going to review it and send its response to the mediating parties.

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