A breaking report by Israeli media outlet N12 News suggests that several dozen hostage families have received information from the IDF confirming their loved ones are still alive.

This news, still under IDF censorship, emerged as the weekend witnessed a significant public outcry, with several thousand Israelis rallying in Tel Aviv. Protesters, demanding an immediate ceasefire and the swift return of hostages, also called for immediate elections, signaling widespread dissatisfaction with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government.

On Friday, frustration boiled over as hostage family members and activists disrupted traffic at the Daniel Interchange on Highway 1. In a symbolic act of protest, demonstrators burned tires and sat in cages, demanding that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu take more decisive action.

Mossad Director David Barnea and CIA Director William Burns met recently in Cairo, aiming for a breakthrough in negotiations before Ramadan. However, progress has been slow by Hamas’s alleged refusal to provide a list of surviving hostages, a critical demand by Israel.

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