The ten women released in Gaza received medical and psychological care at the Ichilov and Sheba hospitals after overcoming their captivity.
The group of ten women who were released this Tuesday night are receiving care medical and psychological in health centers Ichilov and Sheba.
According to Ichilov’s deputy director of emergency medicine, David Zeltsertwo of the women are in good physical condition and have had emotional reunions with their families.
On the other hand, Itai Pessachdirector of Edmond and Lily Safra Children’s Hospital in Sheba, described the eight women who came to her hospital as “an extraordinary group who endured the difficulties of their captivity in a remarkable way.”
Pessach noted that some of the women had complex medical problems and others suffered injuries during their kidnapping or captivity.
“Their medical situation is complex and they will need ongoing medical care and treatment.but there is no immediate danger for any of them,” Pessach confirmed.
Israel received the list with the names of the next hostages to be released by Hamas terrorists
The office of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahuconfirmed receipt of a list with names of citizens kidnapped Israeliswho will be released this Wednesday by the Hamas terrorist group.
This gesture marks the sixth group of hostages released within the framework of a ceasefire temporary between Israel and the armed group.
The hostage families, whose names have not been released, have already been notified, according to a statement from the Prime Minister’s Office. This action occurs on the second day of an extension of 48 hours of the cessation of hostilities in Loop.
As part of the deal, Hamas agreed to release hostages captured during the attack. October 7 in southern Israel. In return, Israel agreed to release palestinian prisoners and allow greater income humanitarian aid to Gaza.
The current agreement contemplates the possibility of extending the ceasefire up to a total of 10 days, including the first four, on the condition that Hamas releases at least 10 additional hostages each day. For its part, Israel would release more prisoners, maintaining a ratio of three prisoners for every hostage released.
The Philippines announced the release of all its citizens kidnapped by Hamas terrorists in Israel
The president of Philippines, Ferdinand Marcos Jr., celebrated this Wednesday the release of a Filipino woman kidnapped by Hamas, the second release of Filipinos in the context of the current truce with Israeland assured that there are no longer any hostages from the Asian country in the hands of the terrorist group.
“Just a few days after expressing concern about the whereabouts of Noralyn Babadilla“I am very happy to announce that Noralyn is safe and sound in Israel, becoming the second Filipino freed from Gaza,” Marcos Jr. noted on the X social network.
Unlike the first citizen released last Friday during the beginning of the ceasefirethe second hostage is a woman who was not on the official Philippine list as being kidnapped by Hamas and had been given away by missing.
The Filipino was released on Tuesday night and was part of the group of ten women released by Hamas, which also included two with dual Argentine and one Austrian nationality, along with two Thai men.
“In light of this positive development, I am pleased to inform the nation that all Filipinos affected by the war have been accounted for,” the Philippine president stressed.