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Tuesday, July 02, 2024 

Noa Argamani's mother passes away after battle with cancer

The mother of the hostage rescued from Hamas captivity passed away from cancer after being reunited with her daughter:
Mother of rescued hostage Noa Argamani, Liora Argamani, passed away at the age of 61 after a long battle with brain cancer, Israeli media reported on Tuesday morning.

Her death was officially announced by Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center. "The family has requested that their privacy be respected during these difficult times," the hospital said.

Liora spent her last days with her rescued daughter, who was saved last month by the IDF in Operation Arnon.
She was lucky to be able to reunite with her daughter before passing away. But it's still very sad she had to succumb to the illness.

Argamani herself has made a special statement not to forget any and all remaining hostages:
Noa Argamani, a 26-year-old Israeli woman recently freed from Hamas captivity, has spoken out publicly for the first time since her rescue.

Argamani was one of four hostages rescued by the Israeli military in a daring operation in Gaza earlier this month. In a video message at a protest in Tel Aviv on Saturday, she called for continued efforts to bring back the remaining 120 captives.

"I'm home now, but we cannot forget the hostages that are still being held captive in Gaza, waiting for their return,"
Argamani said.

Among those still in captivity is Avinatan Or, Argamani’s boyfriend, from whom she was separated at the moment of abduction.
We must hope he's still alive and can be rescued too.

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