Israeli hostages rescued from Rafah claim they were not given their medication while in captivity

A Palestinian man examines traces of an Israeli airstrike in Rafah on February 12, 2024 – Photo: Ibrahim Abu Mustafa / Reuters

The Israeli hostages freed from Rafah were not given medication in captivity, despite the fact that this should have happened according to the Qatari-mediated agreement, claims a relative of one of the freed hostages. “We handed over all the necessary drugs as part of the last drug deal,” the woman told Israel’s army radio. Their freed relatives said they never received anything and were surprised to learn that there was such a deal. The two men were rescued during an IDF operation in Rafah early Monday morning.


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