Hamas Terrorists Repeatedly Beat 12-Year-Old Hostage

A man walks past a billboard calling for the return of about 240 hostages who were abducted during the Oct. 7, Hamas attack on Israel. in Jerusalem on Friday, Nov. 24, 2023. Friday marks the start of a four-day cease-fire in the Israel-Hamas war, during which the Gaza militants pledged to release 50 hostages in exchange for 150 Palestinians imprisoned by Israel. (AP Photo/Mahmoud Illean)
  • Hamas moved Israeli hostages from house to house in the south Gazan city of Khan Younis to avoid detection and supplied them with little food, family members have said.
  • Osnat Meiri told The Telegraph that she was shocked to see her aunt, 78-year-old Ruti Munder, and cousin Keren Munder, 55, when she met them in a hospital outside Tel Aviv on Friday night. The pair were released in the first group of hostages alongside Ruti’s grandson, nine-year-old Ohad.
  • “They were a lot thinner, they were very tired and they were undernourished,” she said. “They were themselves, but there was that terror you could see in their eyes.”