Hamas published a video showing three women being held hostage in the Gaza Strip. The film, which is 1 minute and 16 seconds long, was published by ANSA on Hamas’s social media accounts. Israeli television stations are not broadcasting the video.
Netanyahu’s response to hostages
“I vowed to release everyone instead We are paying the price for political failureSecurity, army and state For your disaster on October 7th. There was no army, there was no one and there was no one to protect us on October 7, there was no army, and we, the citizens who pay taxes, find ourselves prisoners in impossible conditions.” This is how the three women’s appeal begins. “Yesterday there was a press conference and it was There is supposed to be a ceasefire. They add: “But that was not the case. We are still here under the bombs.” “You are killing us, and you want to kill us allHaven’t you slaughtered us enough? Haven’t enough Israeli citizens died? Release us now, release their citizens, release their prisoners.” The woman then shouted: “Let us go back to our families now, now!” Israeli national television networks are currently refraining from rebroadcasting the Hamas-produced video.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu described the video as “cruel psychological propaganda.” Addressing the three women whose names he mentioned, Netanyahu said: “I address Yelena Trupanov, Daniel Aloni and Raymond Kirscht, who were kidnapped by Hamas-ISIS in what is considered a war crime: I embrace you, our hearts are with you. I hug you.” . He added, “We are doing everything in our power to return the hostages and missing persons to their homeland.”
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