BDE: Three More Bodies Recovered From Gaza R”L


The Israel Defense Forces have recovered the bodies of three more hostages R”L from the northern Gaza Strip in an overnight operation, the military reports.

Orión Hernández Radoux HY”D, 30, Hanan Yablonka HY”D, 42, and Michel Nisenbaum HY”D, 59, were all killed on October 7, according to new “reliable intelligence” obtained during the ongoing conflict. Until recently, their status was unknown, and they were believed to be alive.

The IDF states that the bodies were kidnapped from the Mefalsim area, the same location where Hamas terrorists had previously murdered and abducted four other hostages. Those bodies were recovered last week from a tunnel in Jabaliya.

There are currently 125 hostages still held by Hamas, 40 of which are confirmed deceased. The IDF has so far recovered the bodies of 16 Israeli hostages.

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu extends condolences to the families of Orión Hernández Radoux, Hanan Yablonka, and Michel Nisenbaum after the IDF said it had recovered their bodies from Gaza in an overnight operation.

“We have a national and moral duty to do everything we can to return our hostages — the living and the deceased — and that is what we are doing,” he says.

“I congratulate the IDF and security forces who acted with great courage in the heart of enemy territory to return them to their families and for burial in Israel,” he adds.

Opposition Leader Yair Lapid says the news of the deaths of three hostages, whose bodies were recovered by the IDF in an overnight operation, is “heartbreaking,” and calls for the release of those still in captivity.

“There are still 125 hostages in Gaza,” he says, counting the bodies of fallen IDF soldiers Oron Shaul and Hadar Goldin among those taken on October 7, as well as Avera Mengistu and Hisham al-Sayed, who were captured after entering the Strip of their own accord in 2014 and 2015 respectively.

“With each passing day, the chance of bringing them home decreases,” he continues. “We need to do everything we can to bring them home as soon as possible.”

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