In psychological terror, Hamas shows signs of life for 3 Gaza hostages

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Hamas published a video showing three of the 132 hostages who remain kidnapped in Gaza, 112 days into the IDF’s war on Hamas.

The video shows Karina Ariev (19) and Daniela Gilboa (19), who were both kidnapped from an IDF base in Nahal Oz on October 7. The video also shows Doron Steinbrecher (31), kidnapped from her home in Kfar Aza, according to Israeli media reports.

It appears to have been filmed five days ago, on Sunday, as the hostages were filmed talking about being in captivity for “107 days”.

Who are the three hostages shown by Hamas?

Ariev and Giloba were two of the four hostages featured on the British paper Daily Mail‘s front page earlier this month, which showed shocking images of the bloodstained and terrified hostages, claimed to have been taken during their captivity in Gaza.

Daily Mail writes about four female hostages who are still being held in Gaza (credit: DAILY MAIL)

Orly Gilboa, the mother of 19-year-old Daniela, implored parents worldwide to imagine the horror of their children in such circumstances.

The parents of Doron Steinbrecher, who needs medication she takes daily, met with representatives of the Red Cross last month, only to be sat down and reprimanded by the representatives.

This is a developing story.





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