Unexpectedly, 30 missing people have been found alive and well at Kibbutz Ein Hashlosha in southern Israel, according to the national emergency command center staffed by the IDF, Shin Bet, and National Cyber Directorate.
At 9:00 p.m. A report of a group of missing Israelis in trouble was received in the command center on Monday night, three days after Hamas infiltrated Israel and began mercilessly killing and kidnapping Israeli residents. Staff at the hotline confirmed the event’s specifics and were able to find them by determining their location.
When tactical IDF personnel reached the kibbutz at 9:52 p.m., they were able to evacuate all 30 people there.
There are 14 foreign workers and 16 Israelis in the group. Yossi Greiber, a senior IDF official in the Dan Region, recalled: “Last night, there was a tiny shaft of light within the vast darkness.
Thirty people were found and rescued from the fire as a result of citizen complaints, location pinpointing, locating, and collaboration between the special Home Front staff, security forces, and police.
When we learned that they had been discovered together, alive and well, and were traveling to a safe location, there was a lot of emotion in the command room. This is the point at which you realize the scope of our work.
Boaz Bellet, the commander of the Israel Police’s Center for Families of Missing Persons, added: “As we were successful in finding these missing persons and more, the Center will continue to collaborate with its partner organizations, 24 hours a day, to find missing people.
In regards to any missing person with whom contact has not yet been established, Israel Police once again requests that the public contact the center or the police station.