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Israeli Hostages Raged At Prime Minister Netanyahu Over Urgency In Rescuing

via New York Post
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Leaked audio recordings of a meeting between freed Israeli hostages and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reveal anger at the government’s conduct and the enduring terror of captivity by Hamas in Gaza.

The hostages and relatives expressed frustration at the lack of action to secure their release and criticized the government’s response.

They highlighted the difficult conditions faced by those still held captive. (Trending: Joe Biden Admits He’s ‘Not Sure’ About Running If Trump Wasn’t)

“The feeling we had there was that no one was doing anything for us. The fact is that I was in a hiding place that was shelled and we had to be smuggled out and we were wounded. That’s besides the helicopter that shot at us on the way to Gaza,” a female abductee said on audio.

“You have no information. You have no information. The fact that we were shelled, the fact that no one knew anything about where we were… You claim that there is intelligence. But the fact is that we are being shelled,” she added.

“My husband was separated from us three days before we returned to Israel and taken to the [Hamas] tunnels” under Gaza.

“Do you think the men are strong? My husband would beat himself every day, punch his face until it bled because it was too much for him, and now he is alone, and God knows under what conditions.”

“And you want to topple the Hamas government, to show that you have bigger balls? There is no life here that is more important than others,” she adds.

“None of us there deserve any less treatment than any resident of Israel. Return them all and not in a month, two months or a year.”

“And you are talking about washing the tunnels with sea water? You are shelling the route of tunnels in the exact area where they are. The girls ask me where is their father? And I have to tell them that the bad guys don’t want to yet release him.”

“You put politics above the return of the kidnapped.”

The Israeli military’s actions in Gaza and the government’s handling of the situation have also faced scrutiny.

Netanyahu expressed a commitment to bringing everyone back, but his remarks were met with heckling.

“I came together with my friends to hear you. There is still darkness to get rid of,” Netanyahu said.

“And we need to bring them all back. I heard the anxiety, the humiliation, the suffering, the torture, the rape.”

“This thing that shakes the whole world and it is important to continue to tell. It is important that we listen. You are right: there is a huge enterprise that collects evidence, trying to reach each and every one. How to bring everyone in.”

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