This is how he commented on Israeli statements that women and children remain hostages.
“We exchanged the women and children we had. If there is a case, we don’t know or we can’t locate it,” al-Arouri said.
He stressed that the remaining hostages are Israeli soldiers and men who previously served in the Israeli army. According to al-Arouri, these captives will be released when “the aggression against the Gaza Strip ceases.”
Let us remember that on November 28, the process of releasing the fifth group of hostages began in Gaza.
Hamas subsequently announced the release of two more hostages with Russian citizenship.