Ramos Aloni, whose two daughters and three granddaughters were released from Hamas captivity last week, says that for a 10-day period the terrorists took one of the 3-year-old twins away from her mother.
His daughter Daniel Aloni and 5-year-old granddaughter Emilia Aloni were freed last week, and a few days later his other daughter Sharon Aloni Cunio and 3-year-olds Yuli and Emma were also released, but their father David and several members of his family are still held hostage.
“They took [Yuli] out of their hands and they didn’t know what was going on, if she was alive,” Ramos tells Channel 12 news. “Sharon told me that they were moved to a new place, and suddenly she heard the crying of a baby and she said to her husband David, that’s Yuli crying,” and they were finally reunited. “Telling you this gives me goosebumps.”
Ramos says his children told him that during the 50-plus days they were held hostage, “they were only allowed to sit or stand, they weren’t allowed to walk around and they all had to speak in a whisper.”
Ramos says that Sharon and David were kept together until three days before she was freed from Gaza.
He recounts that in recent days they told Emilia that “‘we’re going to meet aunt Sharon,’ and she thinks for a second, and says ‘are we going via the tunnels?'”
In a message to his son-in-law David, Ramos says: “You’re not alone, none of you, and Sharon is waiting for you, and Emma and Yuli are waiting for you.”