Family of Ofir Tzarfati, presumed captive following Oct. 7 rave, is told he is dead

Ofir Tzarfati (Courtesy)
Ofir Tzarfati (Courtesy)

The family of Ofir Tzarfati, who had been presumed captive after going missing at the Supernova music rave following the Hamas massacre on October 7, has been told he is dead, according to the city hall of his hometown of Kiryat Ata.

Tzarfati was celebrating his 27th birthday with his girlfriend, Shoval, and friends, when he was abducted to Gaza by terrorists who killed at least 364 people at the music festival and kidnapped many others.

A date of death and other details have not been provided.

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