‘Psychological terror’: IDF notifies family of hostage Noa Marciano that Hamas aired clip of her

Emanuel (Mannie) Fabian is The Times of Israel's military correspondent

Cpl. Noa Marciano (Courtesy)
Cpl. Noa Marciano (Courtesy)

The Israel Defense Forces says it sent representatives to the family of Noa Marciano, who is being held by Hamas the Gaza Strip, after the terror group published a video of her earlier this evening.

“Our hearts go out to the Marciano family, whose daughter, Noa, was brutally kidnapped by the Hamas terror organization,” the IDF says in a statement.

The military vows to continue to accompany the Marciano family, as well as the families of the other hostages.

“We are working with all means, intelligence and operational, in order to return the hostages home,” the IDF says.

It says an IDF representative went to Noa Marciano’s home to inform them of the Hamas video.

“Hamas continues to use psychological terror and behaves inhumanely, through videos and photos of hostages, as it has done in the past,” the IDF adds.

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