Former hostage, a 5-year-old girl is back at school

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Former hostage, a 5-year-old girl is back at school

Emilia Aloni spent forty-nine days in the hands of Hamas. The 5-year-old girl, kidnapped with her mother during the October 7 attacks in Israel, was released on November 24. On Tuesday, she was able to return to school, a first step towards a normal life. The Israeli Minister of Education welcomed the child’s reunion with his friends from nursery school. In the video, the petite blonde can be seen hugging several of her classmates and smiling at the camera.

אין מרגש מזה: הכניסה הראשונה של אמיליה אלוני ששוחררה מהשבי, היום לג ן הילדים? pic.twitter.com/4XUvtJQGOS

– משרד החינוך (@edu_il) December 5, 2023

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“There is nothing more exciting than this,” added the ministry’s account on the social network’s secure room) at the home of Danielle’s sister, Sharon Aloni Cunio. To dislodge them, armed Hamas men set fire to the house.

138 hostages still held in Gaza

Their family was the one with the most hostages (nine). Danielle and her daughter were captured with Sharon (34), her husband David Cunio (33), their 3-year-old twin daughters, David’s brother, Ariel (26), his partner, Arbel Yehoud (28). . years old), and his sister, Dolev Yehud (35 years old). After their release, Danielle Aloni, 45, said her daughter saw “things that kids that age, or any age, shouldn’t see.”

The Israeli army demanded this Wednesday that the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) be able to have access to the 138 hostages still held in Gaza by Hamas and its affiliated groups. “The Israeli army will do everything in its power to save our hostages (…). We call on others to do the same,” said its spokesperson, Daniel Hagari.

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