We also claimed that the success of the operation may lead to an increase in support for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, at a time when he is under American pressure not to launch a broad military operation in Rafah. In the “New York Times”, they wrote: “Two hostages held in Rafah were rescued, in one of the only rescue operations that ended successfully. In the “Wall Street Journal”, they mentioned Israel’s intention to operate in Rafah, “the last stronghold of Hamas”. They described the long firefight that took place there, in addition to the Air Force covering the forces in the field.
The IDF spokesman, Brigadier General Daniel Hagari, updated this morning (Monday) on the details of the operation: “Tonight we carried out a successful rescue operation in which we rescued Fernando Simon Marman and Louis Har who were kidnapped from Nir Yitzhak (the Leimberg-Har family). They are in good condition. They are currently in medical examinations at Sheba Hospital. Both were held by Hamas in Rafah. The operation was led by the Special Operations Command of the Shin Bet and was carried out by IMM fighters and the Shin Bet’s operational unit.
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