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Zvi Yehezkeli insisted that the abducted Bedouins were subject to "a different law." The reality: they will be released tonight - voila! culture

2023-11-30T13:40:57.380Z

Highlights: Zvi Yehezkeli insisted that the abducted Bedouins were subject to "a different law." The reality: they will be released tonight - voila! culture. Channel 13 News' Arab affairs commentator confidently claimed yesterday that the abduction of Aisha and Bilal al-Ziadne in Gaza would be released as part of "other calculations" Barring anything unexpected, the two are expected to be released from Hamas captivity this evening. Their father and brother will remain in captivity.


Channel 13 News' Arab affairs commentator confidently claimed yesterday that the abducted Bedouin children Aisha and Bilal al-Ziadne in Gaza would be released as part of "other calculations."


Video: Documentation of the release of ten Israeli abductees in the sixth phase29.11.23/Al Qahira

Channel 13 Arab affairs commentator Zvika Yehezkeli confidently claimed yesterday that the abducted Bedouin children Aisha and Bilal al-Ziadne in Gaza will be released not as part of the deal between Israel and Hamas but in a different way, but with words and reality separately. Barring anything unexpected, the two are expected to be released from Hamas captivity this evening as part of the deal between Israel and Hamas.

Host Udi Segal asked Yehezkeli what was causing the delay in the release of Aisha, 17, and her brother Bilal, 18, two Arab Muslim children who also meet the criteria for releasing children, and was answered this by the veteran commentator: "The first rule you learn is Middle Eastern studies whose origin is tribal. It's a tribe. Tribal law, the law of the Bedouins, appeared even before Islam in the 7th century, so these laws are followed. There is a matter of blood revenge, there is a matter of a tribe that needs to settle accounts in a completely different way, and Hamas knows this too. Don't forget that Hamas is an organization found not only in Gaza but elsewhere. The Bedouin are connected to their clans and therefore the determining law in conflict between Bedouins is the law of the tribe. I believe that Israel wanted to include them in the deal and Hamas refused. This must be closed with a different consideration, according to other laws of blood vengeance, of ransom."

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Today, as mentioned, they are expected to be released as part of the deal, while their father Yusuf al-Ziadneh (49) and brother Hamza (21) will remain in captivity.

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