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The Israeli army rescued four hostages in the Gaza Strip

The Israeli army rescued four hostages in the Gaza Strip

Government sources reported the rescue in Al Nuseirat. As is known so far, they are in good health after eight months of captivity.

Reuters

The israeli forces they rescued four hostages in two places in Al Nuseirat, in the central area of ​​the Gaza Stripthe Army reported, eight months after they were kidnapped by Hamas militants.

The four hostages, three men and one woman who were kidnapped on October 7 at the Nova music festival in southern Israel, were transferred to a hospital to undergo medical checks, according to the military.

“They are in good medical condition and have been transferred to ‘Sheba’ Tel-HaShomer Medical Center for further medical examinations. “We will continue to do everything possible to bring the hostages home,” they said.

The rescued people were identified as Noa Argamani25 years old, Almog Meir Jan21, Andrey Kozlov27, and Shlomi Ziv40.

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The rescue of the hostages was carried out successfully after a difficult operation by the Israeli army.

The rescue of the hostages was carried out successfully after a difficult operation by the Israeli army.

Reuters

In a difficult special operation during the day in Nuseirat, four Israeli hostages were freed,” the army said in a statement. The operation was carried out between Army troops, Shin Bet agents and the elite Yamam force, at two points in the heart of Nuseirat, where the Government of Gaza reported shortly before dozens of deaths and injuries in intense bombings.

Conflict in Gaza: 116 hostages still remain

After the attack on October 7, 251 people were kidnapped in the Gaza Strip by the terrorist group Hamas. With this rescue, even 116 captives remain in the enclave. According to Israeli authorities, at least 40 of the hostages are dead, and it is even expected that the number of dead could be higher.

Since the war began, Israel and Hamas only reached a one-week truce agreement in late November that allowed free 105 hostages in exchange of 240 Palestinian prisoners. A proposal for a “definitive ceasefire” announced by the US president is currently being analyzed, Joe Biden.

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