Hamas released the video of the young woman who was taken hostage during the lightning strike that entered southern Israel on the 7th of this month. It is reported that around 200 people were taken hostage during the attack. This is the first time that a video of one of them is being released. A video of a young woman identifying herself as 21-year-old Mia Schem was released yesterday by the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas.
The woman says in the video that she is from Sderot, a small Israeli town near the Gaza border. On the day of the attack, Mia Schemm was attending the Tribe of Nova music festival in a kibbutz in southern Israel. 260 people who came to participate in this music festival were killed in the firing by Hamas. Most of them are young people. Many people were taken hostage, including Mia. In the video, which is over a minute long, a health worker can be seen tying Mia’s injured arm with a bandage. The woman also says that she underwent surgery on her hand.
”They take care of me, they treat me, they give me medicine. it’s all right. But I only ask you to return home as soon as possible from here. Says the same to my family, parents, my siblings and everyone. Please get us out of here as soon as possible.”- the woman says in the video. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) confirmed that Mia was abducted. The IDF stated that officers have reached out to Mia’s family and are in contact with them. The IDF added that intelligence operations are being taken to bring back all the hostages, including Mia. After the release of the video, Mia’s family also came forward with a response. Relatives said they were happy to see her safe. Mia is an Israeli-French dual citizen. Last week, the relatives of Mia approached French President Emmanuel Macron asking for his help in freeing her.
Malayalees in Israel are in fear for their lives as the Hamas-Israeli war intensifies. But there are many people who stay there without coming home. They believe that Israel will provide security. Some Malayalis also have the experience of trembling in front of Hamas terrorists. Malayali nurses working on the Israeli border had to be at the gunpoint of Hamas. Sabita, a native of Kannur, and Meera, a native of Kottayam, say that in these moments of fear, they thought that there would be no return home.
At the gunpoint of Hamas, the Israeli soldiers were the last saviors. 200 people were killed in the place where they were working. They said that luck is only accompanied by one. The Malayali nurses shared their shocking experience with the channel.
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