Will little Abigail come home from Gaza captivity?

Youngest daughter of slain Ynet photographer Roy Edan, abducted with family's neighbors after parents murdered by Hamas terrorists in Kfar Aza home on Oct. 7; on Friday she turns four and family hopes she would be home to mark the day

The family of 3-year-old Abigail Edan said on Wednesday that they hope the little girl can come home before her birthday, on Friday. Liz Hirsch, Avigail's aunt told CNN that waiting for her release is excruciating. She said she would only be able to believe the little girl would be freed when she sees her.
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Abigail is the youngest child of Ynet photographer Roy Edan who was murdered with his wife Smadar by Hamas terrorists on October 7. She was held by her father when he was shot and crawled out of from under his body. She was abducted with a neighbor and her family after she escaped there.
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אביגיל בת ה-3, שנחטפה לרצועה
אביגיל בת ה-3, שנחטפה לרצועה
Abigail Edan held hostage in Gaza
Her siblings, Michael, 9, and Amalya, 6, survived by hiding in the closets of their home in Kfar Aza.
During the surprise attack by Hamas, Roy stepped outside his home in Kibbutz Kfar Aza and captured photos of the terrorists who had infiltrated his community using motorized paragliders. He later also captured images of missiles and rocket launchers in the area.
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משפחת עידן
Roy and Smadar Edan with their three children
Edan rushed back home where his wife, Smadar, and their three children awaited. Moments later, terrorists stormed their residence, killing Smadar. Edan, who had been outside with his youngest, was shot dead.
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