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4 Israeli Hostages Rescued from Hamas, a B'nei Menashe Soldier Part of the Rescue Team

Updated: Jun 9


An IDF unit in action at Gaza.

(June 9, 2024). In a dramatic development yesterday, the IDF, Shin Bet and Yamam, a Police special force rescued 4 hostages alive from the clutches of Hamas in Nuseirat, central Gaza. The four are Noa Argamani, Almog Meir Jan, Andrey Kozlov, and Shlomi Ziv. All were abducted on the 7th October the Nova music festival at the southern community at Re'im. They were rescued from two different buildings at Nuseirat at homes of Palestinian civilians. Following that, they were taken to the hospital for a comprehensive check-up where they were declared to be in good condition. The operation came at a steep price; Chief Inspector Arnon Zamora of Tamam unit fell, caught in a hail of bullets. He was taken to the hospital but the doctors couldn't save him.

File photo of the hostages rescued yesterday.

It may be recalled that Noa Argamani was seen abducted by Hamas gunmen on a motorcycle. She is back with her family, including an ailing mother who is suffering from a terminal disease. The rescued hostages were met by the prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Isaac Herzog spoke to them by phone.


Our newsletter was informed late last night that an unnamed B'nei Menashe soldier was part of the team that rescued the hostages.



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