The British teenager missing since a Hamas attack has been killed, her family says
A British teenager then disappeared Hamas attack She was killed in Israel last weekend, her family told the BBC.
on monday, The Telegraph reported Two sisters were among the ten Britons who went missing since Hamas infiltrated and invaded southern Israel.
Noya Sharabi, 16, and Yahil Sharabi, 13, have not been seen since their British mother, Leanne, was killed by Hamas fighters. Storming of Kibbutz Be’eriwhere they lived.
Family members told the BBC on Tuesday that 13-year-old Yahil was also killed. Their Israeli father, Eli, as well as 16-year-old Noya, are still missing.
It was Leanne Her family described it As “a beloved daughter, sister, mother, aunt and friend who enriched the lives of all who were fortunate enough to know and love her.”
“She lived a beautiful life and will be greatly missed by the heartbroken family and friends she left behind,” they said.
Rishi Sunak said speaking in Parliament on Monday At least six British citizens were killed In the Hamas attack, 10 others are still missing, as he addressed MPs for the first time since the atrocities.
The Foreign Office did not confirm the identities of the British nationals, some of whom are believed to be dual nationals, after Mr Sunak spoke.
Foreign Office Minister Andrew Mitchell said the government would do “everything in our power” to recover the British hostages. held by Hamas.
He told BBC Breakfast: “We don’t know where they are and we think about them all the time. And of course we strongly support Israel’s attempt to find them and release them.”
He added: “We mourn the six British hostages we know who died, and we are deeply concerned about the fate and condition of the other ten.”