Who is Danielle Aloni? Israeli hostages accusing Netanyahu, Wiki, Bio, Hamas

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Who is Danielle Aloni? Israeli hostages accusing Netanyahu, Wiki, Bio, Hamas

In the footage, three women—Yelena Trupanob, Danielle Aloni, and Rimon Kirsht, according to Netanyahu—are shown seated next to each other against a blank wall, with Aloni shouting at the prime minister.

Benjamin Netanyahu, the prime minister of Israel, denounced as “cruel psychological propaganda” a video that Hamas published on Monday, depicting three of the captives taken by the Islamist organization on October 7.

“I hug you, kidnapped by Hamas, a group that is perpetrating war crimes. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the other prisoners. “We are making every effort to return all of the missing and captives home,” he said.

At 7 p.m. (1700 GMT), the relatives of the ladies were scheduled to hold a press conference.

Danielle Aloni and her daughter Emilia
Danielle Aloni and her daughter Emilia

Hamas released a new hostage video

Three abducted Israeli women are shown pleading with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for assistance in securing their release in a new hostage video that Hamas published on Monday.

The three can be heard screaming at Netanyahu in the film, which he characterized as “cruel” propaganda, about their continuing detention among the more than 200 people taken following the terrorists’ killing on October 7.

Women Accusing Netanyahu

“Hello, Bibi Netanyahu,” the woman in the middle says in Hebrew, according to a translation from the Jerusalem Post, which identified them as Yelena Tropanov, Danielle Aloni and Rimon Kirscht.

“We have been in Hamas captivity for 23 days,” she said.

“We know that there was supposed to be a cease-fire. You were supposed to release all of us. You made a commitment to release all of us,” she yells.

Subsequently, the lady charges Netanyahu of “political and national neglect” and of “screwing up” on October 7, the day of Hamas’s unexpected strike that claimed over 1,400 lives in Israel.

The military wasn’t present. It was empty. “Nobody heard us,” asserts the captive. We are law-abiding citizens. those who owe the state of Israel taxes. You want for us all to die. You want to use the IDF to murder all of us.

“It isn’t enough that Israeli citizens were killed,” she continues.  “Let us go. Let us go now … Let us return to our families now!”

Netanyahu condemned the video as “cruel psychological propaganda by Hamas-ISIS.”

“We embrace the families and are doing everything to return all of the captives and missing to their families,” he said.

According to Israeli media, Tropanov, her mother, her son, and his girlfriend were abducted from Kibbutz Nir Oz. Her spouse was one of the people who died on October 7.

Along with her sister, brother-in-law, daughter, and twin nieces, Aloni was also removed from Nir Oz. Kirsht and her spouse were abducted from Kibbutz Nirim.

In a separate statement on Monday, Netanyahu spoke directly to them, writing: “To Daniel Aloni, Rimon Kirsht, and Yelena Trupanob, who were taken by Hamas, which is committing war crimes. I give you a hug. We are praying for you and the other prisoners.

“We are making every effort to return all missing and captives home.”

In contrast to the latest footage, an earlier prisoner statement from Hamas earlier in the conflict showed French-Israeli citizen Mia Schem being treated for an arm wound.

In contrast to the ladies on Monday, who were probably coerced by Hamas into yelling at Netanyahu, Schem just spoke briefly about the care she was getting in Gaza while simultaneously pleading for her safe return.

Israel Statement

Only four hostages have been freed by Hamas so far: two elderly Israeli ladies and an American mother and daughter.

According to Israeli Gov, the terrorist organization is now holding 239 persons prisoner.

Although Hamas has not yet shown any proof, it has alleged that Israel’s bombings over Gaza have killed over 50 captives in the previous three weeks.

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