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Hamas Releases Chilling Video Of Three Hostages; Teases Their Fate

Hamas releases a chilling video of three hostages, Noa Argamani, 26, Yossi Sharabi, 53 and Itai Svirsky, where they tease their fate.

A chilling video recently released by Hamas has swept the world off their feet. The clip features three hostages including Noa Argamani, 26, Yossi Sharabi, 53 and Itai Svirsky, 38. 26-year-old Argamani, who was captured during a rave became the face of the hostage crisis after a video of her being dragged off on a motorcycle was released. The footage menacingly teases the fate of the three hostages and states, “Tomorrow we will inform you of their fate”.

Your government is lying

The video released by Hamas showcases the trio introducing themselves and urging the Israeli government to do everything they can for their safe return. The clip concludes with a message to the Israeli people that says, “Your government is lying”.

First glimpse since the kidnap

The aforementioned hostages were seen for the first time in the video released by the terror group ever since their abduction on October 7. However, there’s no information about when the video was recorded.

The vexing video comes after Hamas asserted to have lost contact with several hostages after Israeli bombardments in Gaza, claiming that many have been killed.

Face of the hostage: Noa Argamani

Noa Argamani, featured in one of the videos of the attack, was seen pleading, “Don’t kill me”. Subsequently, she was forcibly taken on a motorcycle. The hostage was pictured reaching out for her boyfriend, Avinatan Or, who was also kidnapped by the terror group. He was being manhandled by the terrorists before he was taken away.

Argamani’s mother’s plead

Liora Argamani, Noa’s mother, who is suffering from terminal brain cancer, has made international appeals for her daughter’s release. In addition to Israel and China, she also reached out to US President Joe Biden, expressing her desperate desire to hold her daughter in her arms for the last time.

Other hostages’ plight

Meanwhile, Yossi Sharabi and his brother Eli were abducted from their homes in Kibbutz Be’eri. Eli’s wife and daughters were killed in the attack. Tel Aviv’s Itai Svirsky was captured while he was visiting his parents, who were later found dead.

Isreal-Hamas war reached a grim milestone

The Israel-Hamas war marked its 100th day on Sunday. Several civilians in Gaza have met a drastic end while relatives of dozens of hostages are eagerly waiting for their freedom. Over 130 hostages are still held in Gaza.

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