The woman taken hostage by Hamas in the attack on Southern Israel on October 7 lost her life.
The 19-year-old woman was announced as Noa Marciano
He was part of the Israel Defense Forces and was kidnapped in a surprise attack

A 19-year-old woman who was taken hostage by Hamas during the Surprise Attack on Southern Israel on October 7 has died, the Israel Defense Forces confirmed.
The woman was identified as Noa Marciano.

Who was Noa Marciano?

Noa Marciano was 19 years old. He was part of the Israel Defense Forces and was kidnapped in a surprise attack on October 7.

Noa Marciano, a 19-year-old IDF soldier held captive by Hamas during a surprise attack on Southern Israel on October 7, has been officially confirmed dead by the Israel Defense Forces, according to media reports.

The IDF claims that his family was informed. Hamas, specifically the “Al-Qassam Brigades”, released a video claiming that he was killed in an Israeli airstrike on Gaza on November 9. However, conflicting reports from Palestinian sources indicate that he may have died from repeated head wounds inflicted by his Hamas kidnappers.

In response to the terrorist group’s film distribution, the Israel Defense Forces sent delegates to the family of Noa Marciano, who was held captive by Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

The Marciano family receives condolences from the IDF, which has promised future support to them and the families of other prisoners. The military is using every resource (intelligence and tactics) to ensure the safe return of the hostages.

According to the latest information provided by the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, it is officially thought that 1,200 people were killed by Hamas militants on October 7. This is about 200 times less than Israel’s previous estimate. It is worth noting that this figure is provisional and may change if more initially misdiagnosed remains are detected. Nearly 240 captives are still being held in Gaza. Following the October 7 attacks, Israeli air and military operations against Gaza caused many casualties; According to Palestinian health sources, approximately 11,000 people died.