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"The tiniest human shield": baby Kfir and the kidnapped children at the heart of the world's coverage - voila! news

2023-11-28T09:00:24.976Z

Highlights: "The tiniest human shield": baby Kfir and the kidnapped children at the heart of the world's coverage - voila! news. "Hamas' twisted commanders refuse to release the youngest hostage," says Daily Mail. British newspaper The Times published on its front page a picture of four-year-old Abigail Idan with a relative, after she was kidnapped alone by Hamas terrorists. The newspaper noted Hamas' demand for a "higher price" for abducted soldiers in its custody.


The pictures of the Israeli children released from Hamas captivity in recent days were at the top of the headlines, along with great concern for the well-being of ten-month-old Kfir Bibas. "Hamas' twisted commanders refuse to release the youngest hostage"


First documentation of the transfer of abductees from Hamas to the Red Cross/Walla system!

One of the faces most recognizable to Hamas' atrocities on October 7 is that of <>-month-old baby Kfir Bibas, who was kidnapped along with his mother and four-year-old brother in footage that stirred Israel and the world. Although Hamas has recently begun releasing some of the children and mothers it abducted from their homes in the western Negev, the Bibas family is not one of them to date.

"The tiniest human shield." Daily Mail homepage/Screenshot, Daily Mail

"The tiniest human shield," reads the homepage of the British newspaper Daily Mail, under a picture of baby Kfir and alongside pictures of other Israeli children released in recent days.

"Hamas's twisted commanders refuse to release the youngest hostage, instead handing over ten-month-old Kfir Bibas to the Palestinian terror organization operating in a city expected to be wiped out by the IDF," the Daily Mail reported, referring to the IDF Spokesperson's announcement in Arabic yesterday that abductees from Hamas were being transferred to other groups in Gaza as "rewards."

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The British newspaper The Times published on its front page a picture of four-year-old Abigail Idan with a relative, after she was kidnapped alone by Hamas terrorists who murdered her parents. The newspaper noted Hamas' demand for a "higher price" for abducted soldiers in its custody.

Cover of French newspaper Libération November 28, 2023/Screenshot, cover of Libération

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