More than half of Hamas' hostages have foreign nationality: Israel

JERUSALEM – Nonessential than fifty percent the estimated 220 hostages held by Palestinian group Hamas have international passports from 25 unlike nations, requiring 54 Thai nationals, the Israeli federal government said on Wednesday (Oct 25).

In channelling out updated figures, the federal government likewise said 328 human beings from 40 nations were validated as dead or missing out on after the stagger Oct 7 blow by Hamas boxers on southern Israel. In all, an estimated 1,400 human beings were recovered rid of in the onslaught.

Israel said 138 of the hostages owned international passports, requiring 15 Argentinians, 12 Germans, 12 Americans, six French and six Russians.

Plenty of were opined to have owned dual Israeli nationality, however some, like the Thais and 5 Nepalese hostages, basically indisputably did not. There was likewise one Chinese captive, one Sri Lankan, two from Tanzania and two from the Philippines.

Thais likewise rendered upward the best single group of international dead and missing out on, with 24 validated recovered rid of and 21 unaccounted for.

Thailand is one of the best resources of passenger employees in Israel, with about 30,000 massaging in the agriculture industry, according to federal government documents.

Among other international nations that seen hefty losses were the Unified Says, with 34 recovered rid of and 5 missing out on, Ukraine, with 25 recovered rid of and two missing out on, France, with 23 recovered rid of and one missing out on, and Russia with 23 recovered rid of and four missing out on.

5 Chinese locals were recovered rid of and one was missing out on, while Nepal owned 5 recovered rid of and 5 missing out on.

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