The spokesman for Polish-Israeli cooperation, Alex Dancyg, was kidnapped by Hamas terrorists. Whether he is being held at another point in the Gaza Strip or whether he is already in the Gaza Strip, we do not know, said historian Robert Szuchta, a friend of Dancyg.
Alex Dancyg, a friend of Poland, spokesman for cooperation between our country and Israel, a historian, who also has Polish citizenship, was abducted by Hamas terrorists from a kibbutz in the south of Israel – said a representative of the Jewish religious community in Łódź on Sunday.
When asked about the fate of the abductee, Robert Szuchta, a historian and friend of Dancyg, emphasized that he received “many different things, very contradictory ones.” – The news is not confirmed. We don’t really know what happened to him, he admitted.
– Everything indicates that on Saturday he was abducted together with a group of residents of Kibbutz Nir Oz. Whether he is being held at another point in the Gaza Strip or whether he is already in the Gaza Strip, we do not know, he added.
The historian stated that he had contacts with the immediate family and other people at the site.
Institutions involved in publicizing the case of the kidnapping of Alex Dancyg
Robert Szuchta is one of the organizers of the action whose aim is to publicize the situation related to the kidnapped man. – One of the sons was on the kibbutz at that time. We received information from him on Saturday evening that the family was okay, but “dad is not with us,” he reported.
The historian added that activities aimed at drawing attention to the fate of the kidnapped include, apart from individual people, entire institutions, including “Brama Grodzka – NN Theater” in Lublin.
Hamas attack on Israel
According to the authorities in Tel Aviv, over 1,300 people have died so far. Israelis – mainly civilians, murdered last Saturday in towns near the border with the Gaza Strip.
On October 7, in the morning, Israel was attacked by surprise by the Palestinian Hamas. The strike resulted in the highest death toll among Israeli citizens since 1973, when the Jewish state went to war with the Syrian-Egyptian coalition.
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