Captives’ relatives angry with Israeli minister
Some representatives of the Israelis who were arrested by Hamas, have left a Knesset meeting to denounce a radical stance taken by Israeli National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir concerning Palestinian prisoners.
that the regime should execute Palestinian prisoners, but the relatives of mostly
Israeli people, who were arrested by the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas on
October 7, warned this proposal would endanger the lives of their loved ones.
In a Monday
meeting, the relatives urged a Knesset panel to drop Ben-Gvir’s plan. The
representatives called for all-out efforts to bring back their families and
Avigdori, whose wife and daughter were arrested, said, "Maybe instead of
talking about the dead, talk about the living. Stop talking about killing
Arabs. Talk about saving Jews. This is your job!"
the session, Ben-Gvir published a picture of himself when he was trying to hug
one of the angry relatives at the Knesset. However, Israel Hayom newspaper
reported that Gil Dickmann asked the Israeli minister to take his hand off the young
negotiators have been working to seal a deal to pave the way for the release of
around 240 captives; however, Hamas says the Israeli regime must release all
Palestinian prisoners in return.