Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar is in the eye of a storm of controversy: upon hearing the news of the release of the little girl, Emily Hand, 9, who holds an Israeli and Irish passport, and who… He was among the Hamas hostages, posted a comment on X that sparked discussion. “This is a day of tremendous joy and relief for Emily Hand and her family. An innocent little girl who was missing has now been found and returned, and we breathe a sigh of relief. Our prayers have been answered.” But the word “lost and found” does not mean kidnapped, and the tweet did not mention Hamas: This was enough to provoke a reaction from Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen.
Cohen tweeted in response to Varadkar: “Looks like you’ve lost your moral compass and need a reality check!” And on X, formerly Twitter, they are Hundreds of similar comments have accumulated. up to page Wikipedia English language changed by Varadkar. “He is an Irish politician, an anti-Semite and the Prime Minister of Ireland,” he chanted for a few hours on Sunday morning.
Emily’s hand She was left for dead after a Hamas attack In Kibbutz Be’eri on October 7. Only on October 31 did the terrorists announce that the little girl, who was kidnapped at a pajama party without any relatives with her, was among 240 hostages taken that day by the extremist group to the Gaza Strip.
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