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Shocking: Noa Argamani was kept in Al Jazeera journalist's house

Noa Argamani, freed from Hamas captivity just yesterday, was held hostage in Abdallah Aljamal's home

Noa Argamani reunited with her father. (Photo: IDF Spokesperson)

Israel Hayom reported that Israeli hostage Noa Argamani was held captive in the residence of an Aljazeera journalist, Abdallah Aljamal.

Aljamal, a photojournalist and writer/editor for both Al-Jazeera and the Palestinian Chronicle, was killed along with some of his family members while trying to prevent Noa from being rescued.

Israel has not confirmed the veracity of this report.

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