Tag: Hostages

In this episode, Linda Gradstein, Allison Kaplan Sommer, and Noah Efron discuss the rescue of hostages from Gaza, Benny Gantz's departure from the government, and the celebration of Shavuot in Israel after months of war.
Sheryl Sandberg reflects on her initial misjudgment of the response to antisemitism after witnessing the rescue of hostages in Israel by researching and creating a documentary called "Screams Before Silence" about the sexual violence inflicted on the captives.
As ceasefire talks in Gaza progress, Israel faces a crucial moment to demonstrate its commitment to negotiating sincerely.
Israel successfully rescued four hostages, sparking celebration in Israel but raising concerns globally due to the civilian casualties in Gaza during the operation.
The Hostages and Missing Families Forum recently released a special Shavuot cookbook featuring 75 recipes, each accompanied by a photo and a description of a hostage, some deceased and some still in captivity.
The writer contrasts Israel's successful hostage rescue with the presence of anti-American demonstrators in a park near the White House in Washington, D.C. The article suggests a stark difference in actions, with Israel portrayed positively for the rescues while the demonstrators are depicted negatively chanting "death to America."
The article discusses the media's complicity in perpetuating biased narratives regarding the recent events in Gaza, particularly focusing on Hamas's strategy of using civilians as human shields and sacrificing them for their own gain.
Over a dramatic weekend in Israel, the IDF successfully rescued four hostages in Gaza, generating euphoria followed by mourning for a fallen officer.
The text emphasizes how the Palestinian perspective resonates due to their deep-seated grievances against Israel, viewing it as an apartheid state that colonized their land.
In a recent pro-Israel parade in New York and a rally in Tel Aviv, divergent perspectives on bringing hostages home were highlighted.
The text expresses a mix of emotions upon hearing about the daring rescue of Israeli hostages, including pride, joy, relief, and sorrow for those still held and killed by Hamas.
The article discusses the recent IDF rescue of hostages from Hamas captivity and emphasizes the importance of pursuing negotiations to release all hostages, end bloodshed, and enhance Israeli and Palestinian security.
Israeli special forces successfully carried out a daring operation to rescue four hostages held by Hamas in Gaza, who were tearfully reunited with their families at the Tel Aviv hospital.
Israeli forces successfully rescued four hostages, including Noa Argamani, who had been held by Hamas in the Gaza Strip since Oct. 7.
The article tells the story of four elderly male hostages who tragically died while in captivity in Gaza.
Michael Douglas visited Israel and met with families of hostages, expressing a desire for peace and an end to conflict.
In this podcast discussion led by Linda Gradstein, Allison Kaplan Sommer, and Noah Efron, two key topics are covered: a new Israeli proposal to negotiate the release of hostages and the opposition from religious-Zionists, as well as new Supreme Court petitions that may impact the conscription of Haredim in the army.
Bernard-Henri Levy discusses the challenges faced by Israel in the wake of the October 7 Massacre, reflecting on the world's response and Israel's quest for solidarity against Hamas.
The Bibas family, held hostage by terrorists since October 7, especially resonate within the Jewish community.
Israel is considering a ceasefire proposal, involving staged releases of hostages and prisoner exchanges with Hamas, brokered through the Qataris and supported by Joe Biden.
This article explores the unique attributes of wartime Israel, focusing on the experiences and perspectives of individuals living in Israel during periods of conflict.
The Israel Defense Forces announced that the number of Israeli hostages who have died in captivity, believed to be at least 18, includes recent casualties such as Chaim Peri, Yoram Metzger, Amiram Cooper, and Nadav Popplewell.
The Israeli army announced that four male hostages held in Gaza since October 7 are believed to be dead, identified as Chaim Peri, Yoram Metzger, Amiram Cooper, and Nadav Popplewell, with Hamas holding their bodies.
President Joe Biden delivered a speech outlining a proposed deal to end the Gaza war, putting pressure on both Hamas and Israel to accept it.
During New York's annual Israel Parade, the traditional festive atmosphere was replaced by chants of "Bring them home" in a show of solidarity for hostages held by Hamas in Gaza.