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Anwar and Abbas on Efforts to Stop All Violence in Gaza

Anwar says he had a phone conversation with Abbas and both agrees a human corridor need to be set to assist civilians in the conflict

Israel releases footage of attacks it committed on Friday night - ABC

Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim says on his X platform account that he and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas agree in principle on a cease-fire and the creation of a human corridor in Gaza.

"I had a phone conversation with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to discuss the latest developments in Gaza. We both agreed that there is a need for thorough efforts to stop any form of violence that is happening now.

"We also hope that all parties can work to ensure that humanitarian aid is channelled immediately to the Palestinian people. During this conversation, I also received an explanation regarding the attacks carried out by the Zionist regime on civilians, and we both strongly condemn such actions," he writes.

Israeli Violence Against Civilians

Israel on Friday released footage of night attacks across Gaza, saying it hit what it described as over a hundred operational targets of "terrorist organizations" in the Gaza Strip.

Civilians and NGOs disagree that these targets were military or terror targets. They say it is continuous targeting of civilians.

Hamas frees U.S. hostages 

Today, Reuters says Hamas released two U.S. hostages, mother and daughter Judith and Natalie Raanan. It says they were kidnapped in its attack on southern Israel on Oct. 7.

The women, who were taken from Nahal Oz kibbutz, near the Gaza border, were on their way to a military base in central Israel, a statement from Netanyahu's office says.

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