An analyst reveals: When will Hamas respond to the American proposal regarding Gaza prisoners?

CNN political and global affairs analyst and Axios correspondent, Barak Ravid, said that the Hamas movement’s response to the United States’ proposal to exchange Israeli hostages in Gaza and Palestinian prisoners may take from one to three days, noting that he spoke to Israeli officials about this matter.

“These details need to go from the Hamas representatives in Doha, who are negotiating, to the person who is really making the decisions, which is the leader of Hamas in Gaza, Yahya Sinwar, who is hiding approximately 100 meters underground,” Ravid told CNN anchor Omar Jimenez during an interview. Somewhere,” he said.

Ravid said that the proposed exchange would certainly include some American hostages, because it would include the release of men over the age of 50.

He also pointed out that “the fact that Israel agreed is the result of a written proposal from the United States submitted by CIA Director Bill Burns.”

Ravid also said that it would be interesting to know who the proposed Palestinian prisoners would be released.

Ravid reported earlier that Israel had agreed to an American proposal to exchange prisoners and hostages that would release about 700 Palestinian prisoners, including 100 serving life sentences for killing Israeli citizens, in exchange for the release of 40 Israeli hostages held by Hamas in Gaza.

Channel 11, which cooperates with CNN (Kan News), also reported some news about the proposed deal on Sunday, citing high-ranking Israeli sources. (CNN)

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