Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - International Service: It has been said that the extension of the ceasefire will depend on the number of prisoners who are released.
"Osame Hamdan", the spokesman of Hamas in Lebanon, said today (Monday) that the ceasefire in Gaza will be extended for another day in order to release 10 new prisoners.
Sputnik news agency reported that Hamdan said: "If Hamas or al-Qassam battalions find out about the existence of other detainees, the ceasefire will be extended for one day for every 10 of them."
According to Isna, he added that the extension of the ceasefire will depend on the number of prisoners who are released.
Last Wednesday, Hamas and the Zionist regime agreed to a four-day ceasefire and exchange of prisoners.
According to this ceasefire, 50 Zionist prisoners of women and children under 19 years of age will be released, and on the other hand, 150 Palestinian women and children under 19 years of age in the prisons of the Zionist regime will be released.
The ceasefire in Gaza started on Friday. The first stage of the exchange of prisoners took place on Friday, and the Zionist regime released 39 Palestinian prisoners, most of whom were women and children, in exchange for 13 Zionist prisoners.
According to the prisoner exchange agreement, in exchange for the release of each Israeli prisoner, three Palestinian prisoners will be released from the prisons of the Zionist regime. This agreement was made while the Zionist regime was forced to accept the conditions of resistance.
On Saturday, the second phase of the prisoner exchange between Hamas and the Zionist regime was delayed by a few hours, and in this phase, 39 Palestinian prisoners returned to their families. Also, the spokesman of the "Ezzedin al-Qassam" battalions of the military branch of Hamas announced that 13 Israeli prisoners and four foreign nationals (Thai) were handed over to the Red Cross to be taken to the Rafah crossing.