The Israeli occupation's aggression against the Gaza Strip enters its 56th day, at a time when the Islamic Resistance Movement "Hamas" shows its readiness to extend the truce, amidst persistent international efforts for a permanent ceasefire.
A source close to Hamas said, “The mediators are currently making strong, intense and continuous efforts for an additional day in the truce and then working to extend it again for other days,” according to the French Agency (AFP).
The source added, "Hamas is ready for an extension, and Tel Aviv informed the mediators of its desire to extend it if the resistance guarantees the release of the required number of detainees."
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