Hamas revealed Monday that Israeli hostages Yossi Sharabi and Itai Svirsky have been killed in captivity, while Noa Argamani is still alive.
The grim update was given in the terror group’s latest propaganda video featuring Argamani, 26, who reported on the two men’s deaths.
Argamani and fellow hostages Sharabi, 53, and Svirsky, 38, were seen alive in undated video released by Hamas on Sunday — the first time footage of them surfaced since they were kidnapped during the Palestinian terror group’s brutal Oct. 7 attack on Israel.
The trio was filmed urging Israeli officials to do whatever they could to free them, with the 37-second clip warning that the hostages’ fate would be revealed Monday.
Hamas then sickenly teased in a follow-up video that the three hostages could be either killed, injured or spared.
The new propaganda videos came just hours after Hamas claimed to have lost contact with “many” of its hostages following Israeli bombardments in Gaza, with the terror group suggesting that they might have been killed.