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UN Court to Vote on Israel’s Actions in Gaza – Yet Four Bodies of Israeli Hostages Were Found Overnight in UN Building in Gaza

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The entity involved in the murder of Israeli hostages in Gaza will vote today on whether Israel MUST end its operations in Gaza.

The AP reported this morning that the bodies of three hostages were found in Gaza.  At the same time, the UN court is preparing a ruling as two whether Israel MUST halt its military operations into Gaza.

The bodies of three more hostages killed on Oct 7. were recovered overnight from Gaza, Israel’s army said Friday, as the top United Nations court prepares to rule on whether Israel must halt its military operations and withdraw from the enclave.

The bodies of Hanan Yablonka, Michel Nisenbaum, and Orion Hernandez Radoux were found and their families have been notified. The army said they were killed on the day of the attack at the Mefalsim intersection and their bodies were taken to Gaza.

The announcement comes less than a week after the army said it found the bodies of three other Israeli hostages killed on Oct. 7.

Hamas-led militants killed around 1,200 people, mainly civilians, and abducted around 250 others in the Oct. 7 attack. Around half of those hostages have since been freed, most in swaps for Palestinian prisoners held by Israel during a weeklong cease-fire in November.

Yet, it was recently reported that the bodies of four Israeli hostages were discovered inside of a UNRWA building in Rafah.

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