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Yesterday, Amit Sosna's mother kissed her daughter's picture and promised: "See you tomorrow" - today they will reunite - voila! news

2023-11-30T15:38:36.725Z

Highlights: Amit Sosna's mother, Mira, waited every day for her daughter to return from captivity. Susana, a 40-year-old lawyer, moved to Gaza village over the past year in search of a calm place to live with her cat. "She loves quiet and animals. She wanted to raise them in a quiet place. And it's an amazing place, paradise. She thought it was the safest place on earth. Mortars didn't scare her," her mother said.


Amit's mother, Mira, waited every day for her daughter to return from captivity. Yesterday, she lit a candle under the picture and expressed joy for the families whose loved ones have been released, but also frustration that she doesn't know why she hasn't returned yet. Today she receives an answer to her prayers


The 2 Israeli abductees, Amit Sosna and Mia, were transferred to the Red Cross/Walla system!

Mira, Amit Sosna's mother, who was abducted from Gaza on October 7, was waiting for her return to the hostage square. She came to every demonstration, every meeting with an official tried to bring her back, too. Yesterday, she lit a candle under a sign with her picture. "Bye my love, see you tomorrow," she said, kissing her printed face.

Susna, a 40-year-old lawyer, moved to Gaza village over the past year in search of a calm place to live with her cat. "She loves quiet and animals. She wanted to raise them in a quiet place. And it's an amazing place, paradise. She thought it was the safest place on earth. Mortars didn't scare her," her mother said.

Release of the abductee Amit Sosna/official website, none

Amit Sosna's mother at the Abductees Square / Official website, Family Headquarters for the Return of Abductees and Missing

On October 7, a colleague wrote to her that she heard gunshots and knocking on the door. "At 10:07 a.m., she ran out of battery. At about that hour, contact with everyone was cut off," she recalled. "For three weeks they told me she was missing and they blew our souls away. We didn't eat or live. But all the time I felt her, I felt that she was alive. Until three weeks later, they came to tell us that according to verified intelligence, she was kidnapped in Gaza."

Today Susana was released from captivity. Before her mother knew about the release, she said, "I'm happy for the families, but I want to hear more details from the people who will be released. Where is she, has anyone seen her? How is she doing?" she said. "I hope we can get more information from them about her and that she will come out tomorrow. All the women and children said. It's in that category. So why doesn't she go out?" Now, of course, her prayer has been answered.

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Source: walla

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