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Israel-Hamas war: Hostage families ask Netanyahu for rescue.

  • Netanyahu yields to pressure.
  • Mother, son abducted, seeks help.
  • Massive march pressures government.

A mother, whose son was abducted, reports being unable to eat or sleep for the past “43 days.”

Benjamin Netanyahu, the beleaguered prime minister of Israel, yielded to pressure following a five-day march by thousands of supporters and families of Hamas hostages.

On Monday, he ultimately consented to meet with the families in the company of his war council.

A massive procession departed Tel Aviv on Tuesday and reached Jerusalem on Saturday, accompanied by tens of thousands of individuals. Dr. Guy Halfteck was among them; he stated that it never should have been necessary.

“It should not have been necessary to march 80 kilometres (50 miles) while individuals and families suffered to secure a meeting with the prime minister,” he stated.

Heartbreaking Testimonies

On October 7, Hamas abducted Omer, the 21-year-old son of Shelley Shemtov, from a music festival near Gaza. The past fifteen days have been intolerable, she reported.

“Forty-three days have passed of nightmares.” We are both awake and not eating. It is unknown whether my son is being fed, whether he is receiving sustenance, or whether he is being beaten. I have no knowledge. “This is an absolute nightmare.”

She responded, “Absolutely. Marching with thousands of others alleviated my suffering.” It is a force. “They bestow upon us authority.”

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They had a message for the Israeli government when they arrived. Moran Mina, whose grandmother is in custody, stated that only one Israeli mission should be present in Gaza.

“The message is that there will be victory,” according to her. “We lost already.” 240 individuals are currently in Gaza. Our objective is to retrieve all of them; this signifies our triumph.”

With eerie poignancy, they discharged balloons, one for each hostage who remained unaccounted for. The atmosphere was sombre, imbued with profound melancholy and anguish. However, also of resolve to ensure that their loved ones are not forgotten and that their voices are heard.

Strain on Netanyahu’s Leadership

The march, which concluded in front of the office of Mr. Netanyahu, increases the strain on the beleaguered leader of Israel.

Ariel Tishbi advised the prime minister to heed the advice and resign: “Our prime minister has no business being in this room. His credit was previously damaged, and the events of the past year are abhorrent and precipitated these occurrences. I’m regretful, but Mr. Netanyahu ought to return home.”

Another massive rally continued throughout the day in Tel Aviv, maintaining the pressure on the prime minister, to which he appears to have yielded by consenting to a meeting with the families who will use the occasion to advance their cause.

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