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Grieving Parents Call for Hostages’ Safe Return Following Soldiers’ Deaths

“Our children fight and are killed because they believe in the righteousness of their cause,” Dr. Eldor stated. “No soldier who was kidnapped, no hostage, and no victim of this horror must be in vain. It’s time to bring them all back; we can’t abandon them”

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In the wake of the tragic deaths of Sgt. First Class Adi Eldor, 21, of Haifa, and Sgt. First Class (res.) Alon Kleinman, 21, of Tel Aviv, the parents of one of the fallen soldiers, have issued a heartfelt plea for the safe return of hostages held by Hamas militants.

Dr Liron Eldor and his wife, Rakefet Eldor, speaking to reporters, emphasized the urgent need to ensure that no life is lost in vain and urged for concerted efforts to bring all hostages home.

Sgt. Eldor and Sgt. Kleinman was killed during operations in the southern Gaza Strip. Their deaths highlight the ongoing risks faced by Israeli soldiers as they carry out their duties in volatile areas.

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Dr. Liron Eldor, expressing the grief and anguish of a parent who has lost a child in service to their country, stressed the significance of the mission to bring home those still held captive.

“Our children fight and are killed because they believe in the righteousness of their cause,” Dr. Eldor stated. “No soldier who was kidnapped, no hostage, and no victim of this horror must be in vain. It’s time to bring them all back; we can’t abandon them.”

The Elders, who reside close to the Gaza border, highlighted the sacrifices made by families living in the region and the soldiers serving there at the behest of the government.

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Their impassioned plea underscores the deep-rooted desire within the Israeli community to see the safe return of all hostages.

“We received the great news this morning of the two hostages we managed to rescue. We must work with all our strength and means of negotiation,” Dr Eldor continued.

“Once they are all home, then we can settle scores. But it shouldn’t be done at [the hostages’] expense.”

Amidst the ongoing tensions and political discourse, the Eldors urged for unity and empathy, calling for a departure from divisive rhetoric and a focus on the humanity of those involved.

“Get off Twitter, leave the poisonous talk to the side; these are good people who need to come home,” Dr Eldor emphasized. His sentiments were echoed by Rakefet Eldor, who added, “If we don’t bring them home, we have no future.”

Their plea resonates deeply within Israeli society, where the value of human life and the commitment to ensuring the safety of citizens and soldiers alike remain paramount.

As efforts continue to secure the release of hostages, the Eldors’ message serves as a poignant reminder of the collective responsibility to uphold these principles and strive for peace in the region.

In the face of tragedy, their call for compassion and solidarity underscores the resilience and unwavering spirit of the Israeli people, who remain steadfast in their pursuit of justice and the safe return of their loved ones.

 

This article was created using automation technology and was thoroughly edited and fact-checked by one of our editorial staff members

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