Israel has released two Argentine hostages during a military operation in the southern Gaza Strip

Israel said it had released two hostages of Argentine origin in Rafah, at the southern end of the Gaza Strip. Ribbon.

Fernando Simón Marman, 60, and Louis Har, 70, were rescued in the early morning operation in Rafah, the final target of the Israeli offensive.

The hostages were kidnapped on October 7th from Kibbutz Nir Yitzhak.

After their release, they were transferred to the Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan and, according to the hospital’s acting director, “they are in a stable condition.”

Their families were thrilled about the reunion.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered his army to prepare an offensive on Rafah on the border with Egypt, where more than half of Gaza’s population currently lives, according to the United Nations, sparking consternation in the international community.

Hamas warned on Sunday that such an offensive would “torpedo” any agreement to release hostages it is holding.

According to the Ministry of Health in Gaza, which is under the control of the Palestinian movement, Israeli attacks from Sunday to Monday left “around 100 dead.”

But Israel reiterated that these bombings were not part of the offensive but rather the rescue operation for the two hostages kidnapped in the Hamas attacks in southern Israel on October 7 that sparked the current war.

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