Israeli woman Nawa Argmani was washing dishes when she was freed from Hamas captivity

Noah Argamani became the symbol of the October 7 attack by Hamas.

An Israeli woman – who had been held hostage by Hamas in Gaza for nearly 245 days – was rescued in a daring operation over the weekend.

Nava Argamani and three other hostages – Almog Mirjan, Andrey Kozlov and Shlomi Ziv – were freed by Israeli forces from Hamas captivity in Gaza after a “complex daylight operation”.

The four hostages – Nova Argamani, Almog Mirjan, Andrey Kozlov and Shlomi Zev – were kidnapped by Hamas from the Nova music festival on October 7 during an attack against Israel.

Noah Argmani was rescued from one location, while Almog Mirjan, Andrey Kozlov and Shlomi Zev were rescued from a different apartment.

Nawa Argamani became a symbol of the Hamas attack after a video of her kidnapping on October 7 went viral.

She was seen being chased by gunmen as she screamed, “Don’t hit me! No, no, no.” Her boyfriend, Avi Nathan, was also seen being abused by the Hamas group.

After her rescue, Argamani was taken to a hospital in Tel Aviv, where she was able to be reunited with her mother, who was being treated for cancer there.

Speaking to an Israeli news channel – Channel 13 – Argamani said he believed he would be killed by a mob in Gaza after being kidnapped.

She said she had been held captive in four different locations over the past eight months, and at the last location the family she stayed with washed her dishes.

The 26-year-old said she would dress as a Palestinian wpoman as she was transported from house to house in Gaza.

Speaking about the rescue operation, Argamani said she was washing dishes when Israeli soldiers entered the house to rescue her. “It was terrible. The soldiers were brave. In one second, I might not be here today,” Channel 13 quoted him as saying.

The IDF carried out a daring rescue operation in the Nusirat area of ​​central Gaza on Saturday.

Thousands of Israelis gathered in what became known as “Hostage Square” in central Tel Aviv to celebrate the rescue and demand the release of the remaining hostages.

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