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The Israeli hostage who was freed on Sunday was admitted to the hospital’s emergency department, where the hospital says his life is threatened


Israeli hostage Elma Avraham, 84, kidnapped by the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas on October 7 and freed on Sunday, is hospitalized in intensive care and her life is in danger, a hospital director said.

Elma Avraham is “in bad shape. He is being treated in our emergency department because of the lack of intensive care during his detention in the hands of Hamas in recent weeks,” Shlomi Kodish, director of Soroka Hospital in Beersheba, told reporters. Southern Israel. “Her life is in danger and she will be transferred to the intensive care unit where we hope to stabilize and improve her condition,” he added.

Originally from Kibbutz Nahal Oz

An artist Mudhati was abducted late on the morning of October 7 when Hamas fighters burst into her home in Kibbutz Nahal Oz during the Palestinian movement’s bloody attack on Israeli territory. The Israeli military estimated that 240 hostages were taken to the Gaza Strip that day.

Her son, Uri Ravitz, said in the morning that the eight-year-old girl could not lock the door to her safe room. Yuri would later receive a photo of his mother being taken away on a motorcycle by armed militiamen along with another hostage.

Elma Avraham is part of a group of 17 hostages, including 14 Israelis, who were freed Sunday after seven weeks in prison, the third day of a ceasefire in the war between Hamas and Israel, which saw the exchange of 39 Palestinian prisoners.

It was the third release of Israeli and foreign hostages in three days as part of a cease-fire that has been in effect since Friday and will end Monday evening.

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