Hamas releases video of Israeli-American hostage

Hamas releases video of Israeli-American hostage

Hamas has released a video of hostages taken during the October 7 attack on Israel, in which a well-known Israeli-American citizen can be seen.

Hamas releases video of Israeli-American hostage
Hamas releases video of Israeli-American hostage

According to the Associated Press news agency, this is the first video since the October 7 attack on southern Israel by Hamas that shows that Hersh Goldberg Pollen is alive.

The release of the video has sparked new protests in Jerusalem demanding the government take more steps to free the hostages.

Israel, Jerusalem, new demonstrations begin. Hamas released a video

In the video, Goldberg-Pollin accuses the Israeli government of killing about 70 hostages in the Israeli bombing. It is clear from the video that he is saying all this under pressure.

Goldberg Pollan, 23, was at the 'Tribe of Nova' music festival when Hamas attacked from Gaza. In the video, part of Goldberg Pollin's left arm is affected. Witnesses said he lost his arm when the attackers threw grenades into a shelter.

Hamas releases video of Israeli-American hostage
Hamas releases video of Israeli-American hostage

Goldberg Pollen posters are up all over Israel. His mother Rachel Goldberg has met with world leaders and has also addressed the United Nations. Although it was not clear when the video was made, Goldberg-Pollin appeared to be referring to the Jewish holiday of Passover, which began on Monday this week.

His parents say they are relieved to see him alive but are worried about his health as well as that of the other hostages.

The families of the hostages have accused the Israeli Prime Minister of not releasing them

His father, John Pollan, named Egypt, Israel, Qatar, the United States and Hamas and said, "We are here today with a plea to the leaders of all the parties that have been negotiating to this day to be brave, to bend." , seize this moment and make an agreement to reunite us all with our loved ones and end the troubles in this region.'
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The families of the hostages have accused the government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of not doing enough to free their relatives.
Hundreds of Israelis rallied outside Benjamin Netanyahu's official residence in central Jerusalem on Wednesday after the video surfaced, calling on the government to strike a deal to repatriate the hostages. At the demonstration, several people held up posters of Goldberg Pollen.

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