Commando operation to free two Hamas hostages – 1 p.m. news

Commando operation to free two Hamas hostages – 1 p.m. news
Commando operation to free two Hamas hostages – 1 p.m. news

He falls into the arms of his sister after 129 days of detention. Louis Har, 70, and Fernando Marman, 60, here on the left, are the first hostages freed during an Israeli army commando operation. Their relatives were notified in the middle of the night. During intense bombardments in the Gaza Strip, an Israeli commando managed to neutralize the terrorists who were holding the two hostages in an apartment. The operation took place south of the Palestinian enclave, in the town of Rafah, the last town still under Hamas control. “At 1:49 a.m., our special forces broke into a building. Louis and Fernando were held on the second floor, intense fire took place against Hamas,” says Daniel Hagari, spokesperson for the Israeli army. The sister, partner and niece of the two hostages were themselves kidnapped on October 7 with them, then released during the truce with Hamas last November. The terrorist group still holds 134 Israeli hostages. The overnight bombings on Rafah reportedly left around a hundred Palestinian civilians dead. TF1 | Report B. Christal, C. Cambier

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