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Israeli girl reunited with classmates in heartwarming scene nearly 2 weeks after hostage release

A heartwarming video shows five-year-old Emilia Aloni’s first day of school after being kidnapped and held hostage by Hamas terrorists for seven weeks.

Emilia was released on November 24th and was held hostage in Gaza along with her mother Daniel.

In a touching video, a young girl dressed in bright pink and blue is seen returning to her kindergarten classroom in Israel.

The video shows the teacher who greeted Emilia at the school gate smiling brightly at the long-awaited return of her student.

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Emilia Aloni was held captive by Hamas terrorists for seven weeks after being kidnapped from her home in Israel. (Israel in Austria via X)

The teacher is seen scooping Emilia up in his arms for a hug, before turning to the girl’s grandfather and hugging him.

The video shows Emilia rushing up the stairs towards her classmates who excitedly greet her.

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Emilia Alony

Emilia Aloni was hugged as she reunited with friends in Israel. (Israel in Austria via X)

Emilia can be seen smiling broadly as she is hugged tightly by her friends at the classroom door.

As the war between Israel and the terrorist organization continues, Hamas released 13 Israeli hostages on November 24 as part of a four-day ceasefire agreement.

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The US State Department confirmed on Monday that 220 Americans remain trapped in Gaza as the war between Israel and Hamas continues.

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