Israeli Ambassador to the UN, Ron Prosor, unequivocally stated that, “Those rumors are untrue” regarding Hamas’s claims it kidnapped an IDF soldier.
Hamas claimed that it kidnapped a soldier named Shaul Aaron, and released a Facebook photo of a person they claimed to have kidnapped.
One of Hamas’s goals is to kidnap a dead soldiers’ body, to try to hold it hostage.
The Gazan civilian population have been cheering and celebrating this supposed event.
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