Israel's Channel 12 reported that "the head of the Mossad arrived in Qatar in conjunction with the arrival of the CIA official, amid talk of the possibility of concluding a broader prisoner deal after the completion of the current deal." Qataris, Americans and Israelis meet in Doha to build on progress in extending the truce in Gaza.The head of the Egyptian State Information Service, Diaa Rashwan, announced on Monday that the agreement to extend the truce for two additional days will include "the daily release of 10 detainees in Gaza, women and children, in exchange for thirty Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons, bringing the total released in the two days of the extended truce, 20 Israelis against 60 Palestinians." Egyptian-Qatari, between the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement "Hamas" and the Israeli government came into effect at exactly seven in the morning on Friday, November 24, and lasted 4 days, before being renewed on Monday for two additional days. The agreement is the first actual step towards calm in the raging war since the escalation between the Palestinian "Hamas" movement and the Israeli army, when the movement announced, at dawn on Saturday, October 3, the start of Operation "Al-Aqsa Flood", where thousands of rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip at Israel and its forces stormed Israeli settlements adjacent to the Gaza Strip. The Israeli offensive on Gaza resulted in about 200,4 deaths (mostly children and women) and injured about 7,15 others, while clashes in the West Bank resulted in the death of more than 36 Palestinians and the injury of about 225,3000 others.The number of displaced people in the Gaza Strip reached 1.7 million out of a total of 2.4 million people living in Gaza, according to the United Nations.