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Israel recupera cuerpos de rehenes secuestrados por Hamás

El ejército israelí ha recuperado los cuerpos de tres rehenes que fueron secuestrados por el grupo terrorista palestino Hamás durante un ataque en israelí el pasado 7 de octubre. Los cadáveres de Orión Hernández Radoux, franco-mexicano de 32 años; Michel Nisenbaum, brasileño-israelí de 59 años; y Hanan Yablonka, israelí de 42 años, fueron hallados en Jabaliya, en el norte de la Franja de Gaza.

La operación para recuperar los cuerpos fue llevada a cabo de manera conjunta por el ejército israelí y los servicios de inteligencia del país. Hernández Radoux y Yablonka fueron secuestrados mientras asistían al festival de música Nova, celebrado cerca del enclave palestino. 

Nisenbaum fue contactado por última vez cuando se dirigía a una base militar en la frontera para recoger a su nieta.

El primer ministro israelí, Benjamin Netanyahu, expresó su dolor y solidaridad con las familias afectadas: “Junto con el pueblo israelí, mi mujer Sara y yo, inclinamos la cabeza con profundo dolor y abrazamos a las familias en duelo en estos difíciles momentos”. Netanyahu enfrenta una creciente presión interna para asegurar la liberación de los rehenes restantes en Gaza.

Por otro lado, el presidente francés Emmanuel Macron también expresó su tristeza por la muerte de Hernández Radoux y reafirmó el compromiso de Francia con la liberación de todos los rehenes.

De las 252 personas secuestradas por Hamás y sus aliados, 121 siguen cautivas, según las últimas cifras de las autoridades israelíes. Hasta ahora, 112 rehenes han sido liberados con vida.

Finalmente, la operación representa un paso en los esfuerzos de Israel para resolver la crisis de rehenes en Gaza, aunque la situación sigue siendo tensa y complicada.

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