The Palestinian Islamic Jihad movement publishes a video showing an Israeli hostage alive

The Palestinian Islamic Jihad movement publishes a video showing an Israeli hostage alive

The young man, identified by Israeli media as Sasha Trupanov (28 years old), was arrested on October 7 in Kibbutz Nir Oz, and then transferred to the Gaza Strip.

On Tuesday, May 28, the Palestinian Islamic Jihad movement released a video showing a alive Israeli hostage speaking in Hebrew in a short message. The young man, identified by Israeli media as Sasha Trupanov, 28, is an Israeli-Russian citizen. He was arrested on October 7 in Kibbutz Nir Oz and then transferred to the Gaza Strip.

His mother, grandmother and girlfriend, who were kidnapped on the same day, were released during the truce reached at the end of November between Hamas and Israel, which allowed the release of 105 hostages. Hamas and Islamic Jihad have already released videos of hostages in the past. His father, Vitaly Trupanov (50 years old), was killed in the attack.

“Seeing Sasha on TV today is very heartwarming, but it also breaks my heart because he has been in captivity for so long. I appeal to everyone, all decision-makers, to do everything, absolutely everything, to bring my son and all the hostages home now!”His mother, Yelena Trupanov, said in a short message published by the Hostage Families Forum.

this video “This is further evidence that the Israeli government must give a clear mandate to the negotiating team, which can reach an agreement to return all the hostages.”The Hostage Families Forum, the main Israeli union for relatives of hostages held in the Gaza Strip since October 7, says.

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121 hostages remain in Gaza

On October 7, Hamas commando forces carried out an unprecedented attack in southern Israel, killing more than 1,170 people, according to an Agence France-Presse report based on official Israeli data. They also kidnapped 252 people.

Of these, according to Israel, 121 are still detained in the Gaza Strip, including 37 who are considered dead by the Israeli army. The massive military operation carried out by Israel in response to the Gaza Strip led to the deaths of more than 36,000 people, most of them civilians, according to the Ministry of Health in the Hamas-led Gaza government.

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