The Israeli military revealed on Thursday that they had found the body of one of the about 240 persons who had been seized in Israel during the Hamas raid on October 7 at a building close to Al Shifa Hospital in Gaza City.
Israel claimed on channel X that Yehudit Weiss had been kidnapped from the Be’eri kibbutz when Hamas carried out the horrific attack that claimed the lives of over 1,200 people and sparked Israel’s retaliation to drive the extremist organization out of Gaza. Weiss’s reason for death remained unknown. She was 65 years old, and the Hamas attack claimed the life of her spouse, Shmulik Weiss.
Weiss’s body was identified by forensic specialists, and her family was informed, according to a tweet from the Israel Defense Forces. According to the IDF, Israeli troops retrieved military gear and weaponry, including rocket-propelled grenades, in the same structure where her body was located.
The IDF stated, according to a translation of its social media channel, that the country’s current aim is to find the missing and bring the kidnapped people back home. To achieve these objectives, the IDF closely collaborates and works in tandem with pertinent national and security organizations, and it will continue to work until the job is finished.
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Four hostages have been freed by Hamas, while an additional one was saved by Israeli forces. Weiss is the second known victim of the war who was held captive. Noa Marciano, a 19-year-old female soldier who was seized on October 7, died, the IDF said on Tuesday, though it did not specify how. She were killed, according to Hamas, in an Israeli bombardment on Gaza.
After examining the vast Al Shifa Hospital facility for two days, Israeli troops showed off what they claimed to be a tunnel entrance and arms discovered inside a pickup truck at the compound. Although both Hamas and hospital personnel deny it, Israel claims a Hamas command center is buried beneath the facility; the IDF has yet to provide any proof of this claim.
The Israeli military told a famous news crew that laptops they found during their raid of Gaza’s Shifa Hospital contained images and videos of some of the more than 240 hostages kidnapped by militants.
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Israel has come under intense international criticism for its attack on Gaza, which the United Nations claims has resulted in the forced internal displacement of over 1.5 million Palestinians. They are still stuck in a 140-square-mile area where much of the road system has been blasted into submission since Israel started its offensive immediately following Hamas’s horrific strike on October 7, which left Israeli border villages in ruins and horrified worldwide.