Hamas video shows the release of a woman and two children News of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

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The Al-Qassam Brigades, affiliated with Hamas, published a video showing the release of a hostage and two children.

The Al-Qassam Brigades, affiliated with Hamas, published a video showing the release of a hostage and two children.

The footage broadcast by Al Jazeera on Wednesday evening was filmed from a distance, and shows the unknown woman and children from behind.

The men, presumed to be Hamas fighters, were seen leaving after leaving them in an open area near the fence, which could be the border between Israel and Gaza.

It is unclear when the video was filmed. The Israeli authorities have not yet commented on the video.

The Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, said in a statement that the woman is an Israeli citizen.

The statement said, according to an Agence France-Presse report, “An Israeli settler and her two children were released after they were detained during the clashes.”

Al Jazeera’s Hoda Abdel Hamid, reporting from West Jerusalem, said Israeli media was treating the video with “a pinch of salt.”

One reporter said that Hamas was able to control the damage, and that it was a media stunt. Other Israeli channels say this version happened earlier. Some say that this happened on Saturday and that Hamas is trying to improve its international image at this time.”

“The images are still spreading around the country, they were just broadcast on Al Jazeera, and people are just trying to process what they saw,” she said, adding that there have been “mixed” reactions so far.

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Hamas took an estimated 150 hostages on Saturday during its unprecedented attack on Israel, which immediately declared war on Gaza.

The Ministry of Health says that the continuous Israeli bombing over five days led to the death of more than 1,050 people, including hundreds of civilians, and the injury of more than 5,000 others in Gaza.

The United Nations Palestinian Refugee Agency says that 250,000 people have been displaced in the Palestinian Strip, which Israel imposes a complete siege on, creating what observers say is a “humanitarian catastrophe.”

The Israeli army says more than 1,200 people, including 155 soldiers, have been killed in Israel since Saturday.

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