Eleven Released Hostages Now in Israel

By Hamodia Staff

Red Cross vehicles delivering the hostages who were released by Hamas on Monday night, November 27. (Video by IDF)

Eleven hostages released on Monday evening, November 27, have arrived in Israeli territory and are being accompanied by IDF special forces and ISA forces. Contrary to the Egyptian report earlier Monday, Thai hostages will not be released today.

After undergoing an initial medical assessment of their health, the IDF accompanied them until they are reunited with their families at Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv.

The hostages include 9 children and 2 mothers: Sharon Aloni (33) Emma (3) and Yuli (3) Cunio (father David Cunio remains hostage in Gaza); Karina Engel-Bart (51), Mika Engel (18) and Yuval Engel (10), (father Ronen Engel remains hostage in Gaza); Sahar (16) and Erez (12) Calderon, (father Ofer Calderon remains hostage in Gaza); Or (16) and Yagil Yaakov (12), (father Yair Yaakov remains hostage in Gaza); Eitan Yahalomi (12), (father Ohad Yahalomi remains hostage in Gaza).

Prime Minister Netanyahu left a government meeting to monitor the continued efforts to return all the hostages to Israel. “We will continue to act to bring everyone back home,” he said.

Prime Minister Netanyahu monitoring the efforts to free the hostages.
Defense Minister Yoav Galant in situation room to locate the captives and the missing, in the minutes of the transfer of the Israelis who were released from Hamas captivity to the Red Cross. (Ariel Harmoni/Ministry of Defense)

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