“It's a relief to know that these hostages are alive,” underscores the co-founder of the October 7 Coalition.

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The war between Israel and Hamas: “It's a relief to know that these hostages are alive”, underlines the co-founder of the October 7 meeting.
The war between Israel and Hamas: “It's a relief to know that these hostages are alive”, underlines the co-founder of the October 7 meeting.
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On Saturday, April 27, Hamas released a new video showing the two hostages. Jean-David Iche, co-founder of the October 7 Collective, is a guest on 19/20 Information to talk about this.

In a video released by Hamas on Saturday April 27, the two hostages, Keith Siegel, 64, and Omri Miron, 47, speak under duress. Both men say they are in danger and are asking their loved ones to pressure the Israeli government to find an accord with Hamas. “It's a relief to know these hostages are alive.”, underlines Jean-David Ichai, co-founder of the October 7 joint venture. However, according to him, these images are not irrefutable evidence of life. “The videos have many elements that suggest they are recent”Jean-David Ichai notes.

“People are taking to the streets demanding their children back.”

For experts, these videos do not allow us to know more about the conditions of their detention. “These are texts recited under duress, which Hamas may need to convey messages”.He notes that negotiations are underway between Israel and Hamas. “However, we hope that the ongoing negotiations will allow them to be released (…) People are on the streets demanding the return of their children”The co-founder of October 7 Coot promises.

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