Israel and Hamas have agreed to extend by two days the temporary truce, originally set to expire Monday. It will allow for more hostages and more Palestinians prisoners to be released.
To discuss the latest on the conflict, our guests:
- Joshua Landis is Director of the Center for Middle East Studies at the University of Oklahoma.
- Dan Arbell is a Scholar in Residence at American University.
- Khalil Jahshan is Executive Director of the Arab Center in Washington DC.
- Kenneth Katzman is a Senior Fellow at The Soufan Center.
A UN official has described seeing thin and thirsty Palestinians “desperate” for aid as his team delivered supplies to Gaza during the four-day truce between Israel and Hamas ⤵️ pic.twitter.com/gxvdE8hezh
— Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish) November 27, 2023
The temporary truce in fighting between Israel and Gaza-based militant group Hamas is being extended from four days to at least six, a Qatar official announced Monday morning — potentially allowing for the release of more hostages and for more aid to get into Gaza. pic.twitter.com/syPk4tCZqV
— Forbes (@Forbes) November 27, 2023