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Israeli Forces Rescue Hostages, Noa Argamani Reunited with Father After Abduction Drama in Central Gaza



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Israeli security forces successfully rescued four hostages, including Noa Argamani, in a daring daylight raid in central Gaza. The hostages were transferred to the Sheba Tel-HaShomer Medical Center near Tel Aviv for medical evaluation and are reported to be in good condition.

The rescued hostages, Noa Argamani, Almog Meir Jan, Andrey Kozlov, and Shlomi Ziv, were part of the group kidnapped during the Nova music festival on Oct. 7. The operation involved coordination between the Israel Defense Forces, Israel Securities Authority, and Israel Police.

A heartwarming video capturing the emotional reunion between Noa Argamani and her father following her rescue has been widely shared on social media. Additionally, Argamani expressed her excitement in a phone conversation with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, emphasizing her joy at being able to speak Hebrew again after a prolonged period.

Celebrations erupted across Tel Aviv as news of the successful rescue spread, with crowds cheering on the beach and expressing relief at the hostages’ safe return. The rescue operation came after intense pressure on Netanyahu to secure the hostages’ release, with protests in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv demanding action. The Hostage and Missing Families Forum hailed the rescue as a miraculous triumph and called for the return of all hostages still held by Hamas.

Notably, Noa Argamani’s capture, seen in a widely shared video where she was taken away on a motorcycle, had drawn global attention to the plight of the hostages. The ordeal was particularly urgent for her family due to her mother’s terminal illness. Argamani turned 26 while in captivity, underscoring the harrowing circumstances she faced.

Almog Meir Jan, who was captured shortly after attempting to flee the festival, had recently completed military service. Shlomi Ziv and Andrey Kozlov, both working as security guards at the festival, were also among those rescued in the operation.

This latest rescue marks the second successful operation by the IDF in Gaza since October, highlighting ongoing efforts to secure the release of hostages held by Hamas. The persisting issue of over 130 hostages still in captivity underscores the challenges that remain in the region.

Rachel Adams

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