February 21, 2024

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Mauricio Macri thanked his “best friend” the Qatari emir for his promise to release Hamas hostages in Gaza.

Mauricio Macri thanked his “best friend” the Qatari emir for his promise to release Hamas hostages in Gaza.

Maurizio Macri This Monday he thanked the Emir of Qatar. Tamim Bin Hamad Al ThaniHe defined her as his “best friend” for his dedication Release of hostages By HamasA terrorist organization released 11 people, including five Argentinians, in the last day as part of a ceasefire with Israel.

“I want to thank my best friend Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani for the love and sensitivity he showed for the release of all the hostages in Gaza, especially the Argentines,” the former president wrote on his Twitter account. network

And he concluded: “Thank you to all of them, their families and friends and on behalf of all Argentines.”

In particular, the former president thanked him because, along with the United States and Egypt, Qatar is one of the countries that acts as a mediator and mediator between Israel and Hamas, which started a fight last Friday that contemplates a cease-fire and exchange. Hostages to Palestinian prisoners.

Lionel Messi with Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani and Gianni Infantino. Photo: REUTERS/Hannah McKay

Argentinians freed by Hamas

Five Argentines were among the group of eleven hostages freed on Monday Fourth day of cease-fire between Israel and HamasIsraeli officials confirmed.

Those released were Karina Engelbert, 50, and her two daughters, Maika, 18, and Yuval, 10. Sharon Cuneo, (Argentine’s wife) and her two daughters: Julie Cuneo, 3, and her twin sister Emma. That’s why Argentina’s figure appears to be six out of 11.

Three-year-old twins Emma and Yuli Kuno were held captive by Hamas in Gaza for 51 days until they were released on Monday night as part of a ceasefire deal with Israel.  Photo by The Jerusalem PostThree-year-old twins Emma and Yuli Kuno were held captive by Hamas in Gaza for 51 days until they were released on Monday night as part of a ceasefire deal with Israel. Photo by The Jerusalem Post

The last group to be released, which also includes French and Germans, has not been traced to the family of Israeli-Argentine Bibas, a child Kaffir who was held captive for 10 months and was the youngest hostage in the 240-strong fundamentalist terrorist group. On the day of the attack on Israel – last October 7 – with her brother Ariel, 4, and her parents Shiri Silberman and Yarden Bibas.

The image of the red-haired child has gone around the world and is one of the most moving. The gruesome pictures taken of his mother, brother and father being swept away by terrorists also raised a lot of awareness. In the past few hours, the family group will be in the hands of Jihad, and the Bibas family in Israel and Argentina have asked the government to intercede specifically with the Islamic fundamentalist group.