February 23, 2024

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These are the 14 Israeli hostages released by Hamas in the third exchange

These are the 14 Israeli hostages released by Hamas in the third exchange
The Israeli hostages were released this Sunday

Terrorist group Hamas This Sunday gave the Red Cross a new team 14 hostages Israelis and three foreigners who agreed with Israel on the third day of the ceasefire, which was confirmed by the Israel Defense Forces.

According to the spokesperson, the Red Cross notified them of the receipt 14 Israelis and three foreigners.

1. Abigail Iden, 4 years old, also has US citizenship. He spent his fourth birthday in prison. Both his parents were killed in the October 7 attack.

2 and 3. Ella and Daphna Eliakim, 8 and 15. Both sisters were abducted in Nahal Oz. His father was murdered along with his partner and a son.

4. Hagar Brodets AmaThe 40-year-old was released along with her three children.

5, 6 and 7. Ofri, Yuval and Oriya Brodetz10, 8 and 4 respectively.

Ofri, Yuval and Oriya Brodetz

8. Chen Goldstein-AlmogThe 48-year-old was released along with her three children. Her husband Nadav and daughter Yam (20) were killed in the attack.

9, 10 and 11. Akham, Cal and Tal Goldstein-Almog17, 11 and 8, respectively.

The Almock-Goldstein family before the massacre

12. Alma Avraham84, Nahal was abducted in Oz.

13. Aviva Adrian Siegel, 62, born in South Africa. Her husband, American Keith Siegel, is believed to be in Gaza.

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14. Ron Krivoy, 25, a Russian-Israeli who worked as a soundman at the Noah Festival, was the first Israeli adult male to be released by Hamas. His surrender was previously announced by Hamas outside of a list provided to Israeli authorities.

Those freed were taken to a military base with Israeli special forces, and one was flown directly to a hospital.

And, they were released Three foreigners from Thailand. Garibay, who was traveling with them, was not on the provisional list presented to mediators hours earlier. The four were sent to the Rafah border crossing between the Gaza Strip and Egypt.

For their part, a total of 39 Palestinians detained by Israel will be released from prison, according to a spokesman for Qatar’s foreign ministry.

On Saturday, the Islamist group delayed the exchange, saying, among other things, that humanitarian aid in the northern Gaza Strip had arrived “much less than agreed” and accusing Israel of not meeting seniority criteria for released prisoners.

The deal, in principle, calls for a total of 50 hostage exchanges for 150 prisoners during the four-day ceasefire that began Friday in the Gaza Strip.

The ceasefire could be extended if Hamas agrees to hand over at least ten prisoners a day.