Shot, kidnapped – and released: Mia Regev will undergo surgery in Soroka
Of the 13 abductees who were released last night, Mia Regev, 21 years old from Herzliya, was the only one who was evacuated to Soroka Hospital because she needed urgent medical treatment. This morning (Sunday) N12 learned that she is expected to undergo surgery during the day because she is suffering from a leg injury after being shot on October 7. Her condition is moderate and her life is not in danger. Dr. Shlomi Kodesh, The hospital director: “We We expect you to make a full recovery.” My brother Itay, let’s remember, is still being held by the terrorist organization Hamas.In the video released by Hamas last night, the terrorists were seen leading Mia on crutches due to her injury. Upon her arrival at Soroka Hospital, The Ministry of Health emphasized that “after about 7 weeks in captivity, the young woman arrived in a stable condition. Her family members are waiting for her in the hospital with great excitement.” Family privacy due to the sensitivity of the situation.

Dr. Kodesh told about Mia’s arrival at the hospital: “She arrived in moderate condition, without danger to her life and will later need surgical treatment. We support her and her family.” According to him, “The hospital employees are at the forefront of treating the victims of the terrorist attack. In recent days, in coordination with the Ministry of Health, we are prepared to treat returnees from Gaza. We wish for the return of all the other abductees and hope that they will arrive healthy and will not need medical treatment, including our nurse Nili Margalit.

Mia was abducted from the party in Ra’i along with her younger brother, 18-year-old Itai – who in the meantime remains in the hands of Hamas. The day before the surprise attack by Hamas, They returned from a three-week trip with the family in Mexico and immediately proceeded to the party, along with their friend Omar Shem Tov, who was also kidnapped.

Currently, 12 abductees who were released last night are hospitalized in Sheba Hospital. They met with the families and their physical condition is good. Emily Hand’s family came with her little dog and he is by her side to help her acclimatize.

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