Fauda star injured in the fighting: 'World must know truth. Hamas tunnels are in every Gaza home'

Idan Amedi says Israelis must expose Hamas crimes, ahead of ICJ ruling: 'We found weapons in every school bag'; Says his body hurt but spirits high, 'I will be back to sing, act, create'


Idan Amedi
(Ido Erez)

Fauda star Idan Amedi left hospital on Thursday, to begin rehabilitation after suffering serious injuries in Gaza. Amedi suffered critical injuries earlier this month and says his recovery is a miracle but also the work of the medical teams. Amedi, who serves as a reserve soldier in the IDF's Combat Engineering Corps, suffered shrapnel injuries in several parts of his body.
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He said he believed the next season of Fauda would be in line with reality and believed the writers were already hard at work.
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הצהרה של עידן עמדי בבית החולים שיבא
הצהרה של עידן עמדי בבית החולים שיבא
Idan Amedi
(Photo: Ido Erez)
Amedi was asked if he has a message for the International Court of Justice in the Hague, which would publish its decision on Friday, on whether to issue a ruling against Israel. He said Israelis must continue to explain to the world that this is a just war and that we are facing an enemy that is not only the Hamas terror group but also Gazan's who were taught to hate Israel. "We found tunnels and weapons everywhere we went, in homes, school bags," he said. "It is important that the world knows this."
Amedi, who serves as a reserve soldier in the IDF's Combat Engineering Corps, suffered various shrapnel injuries in several parts of his body.
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עידן עמדי והרמטכ"ל הרצי הלוי
עידן עמדי והרמטכ"ל הרצי הלוי
Idan Amedi with Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi in Gaza
"My body is hurt but my spirits are high," he said adding that he will write music, create his art, and act again. "If God gives me strength, I will return to fight for my county. Mom, don't be angry with me. I am strong spiritually thanks to the love Israelis have showered on me, for which I am grateful," he said. "Israelis are the strongest in the world. United, we are undefeatable. It will take time but we will win this war, we have no other choice."
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