Family of Michel Nisenbaum, Sderot resident missing since Oct. 7, is told he’s in Gaza

The family of Michel Nisenbaum, a 59-year-old resident of Sderot who has been missing since the Hamas onslaught of October 7, has been notified today by authorities that he was likely abducted to the Gaza Strip and is being held hostage.

A divorced father of two daughters, Nisenbaum has been living in Sderot for the past seven years. He is a dual Israeli-Brazilian national.

He encountered terrorists in the area of Kibbutz Mefalsim on the morning of the mass assault, and has not been heard from since. It took two months for authorities to determine what happened to him.

Michel Nisenbaum, a Sderot resident, missing since the Hamas onslaught of October 7, 2023. (Courtesy)

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