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Hamas Releases Second Set of Israeli and Thai Hostages

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Delayed Release Ends in Joyous Reunion

The Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) announced today that Hamas has finally released a second set of hostages, including 13 Israelis and 4 Thais. The release comes after a delay earlier on Saturday, causing anxiety and uncertainty for the families involved.

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) played a crucial role in facilitating the transfer of the hostages. They were safely transported via Egypt and handed over to the ISA and IDF Special Forces. From there, they were taken to Israeli hospitals, where they will finally be reunited with their loved ones.

Home at Last

After 50 days in captivity, the 13 Israeli hostages can now breathe a sigh of relief as they step foot on Israeli soil once again. Among them are nine children, including one boy, and four women. The names of the released hostages have been made public, allowing their families and friends to rejoice at their safe return.

The Israeli hostages released from Hamas captivity are: Sharon Avigdori and her daughter Noam, siblings Alma and Noam Or, Hila Rotem, Emily Hand, Shiri Weiss and her daughter Noga, Adi Shoham and her children Yahel and Naveh, Maya Regev, and Shoshan.

This heartwarming news of freedom and reunion is a testament to the resilience and determination of those involved in securing the release of these hostages. As the families of the released hostages prepare to welcome them back home, the nation celebrates their safe return.