Released hostage Adina Moshe: If Netanyahu doesn’t change course, there will be no hostages left to return

Released hostage Adina Moshe (right) appeals for the return of the hostages during a press conference with four other women released from Hamas captivity, February 7, 2024. (Screenshot/ Channel 12)
Released hostage Adina Moshe (right) appeals for the return of the hostages during a press conference with four other women released from Hamas captivity, February 7, 2024. (Screenshot/ Channel 12)

Five women released from captivity in Gaza during a weeklong truce in late November hold a press conference to push for a second hostage deal with Hamas to ensure the return of the 136 hostages still held by Hamas, not all of whom are alive.

Adina Moshe, who was taken hostage from Kibbutz Nir Oz on October 7, addresses the government while fighting back tears.

“I was there, I felt there, I hurt there, but I was released,” she says. “My friends, the youth that I educated, they’re still there. I think that some of them did not survive. I know that they don’t receive their required medications, and I know that they’re no longer in the place that I was with them.”

“Again, I am asking you, Mr. Netanyahu, everything is in your hands, you’re the one who can do it, and I’m extremely scared, that if you continue along this path…there won’t be any more hostages to release,” she adds.

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