Rescue of Noa Argamani Who Was Held Captive in Al Jazeera Photographer's Home

Footage recorded from the inside of a helicopter shows the moment 26-year-old Noa Argamani was exfiltrated after a rescue operation conducted by the IDF to save 4 hostages held in the Nuseirat refugee camp. Argamani was being held captive for 8-months in the home of Abdallah Aljamal, a cameraman, editor, and reporter for al-Jazeera's Qatari channel. As expected, al-Jazeera has denied any relationship with the man in-spite of his biography being listed on their webpage as a photojournalist.


Argamani was kidnapped from a music festival during the 10/7 terror attacks, and was famously shown being hauled away on a motorcycle while the man she was with was force-marched away in a different direction.


According to reports, she was found inside of the home of al-Jazeera reporter Abdallah Aljamal, who was killed by IDF forces during the raid against his home while trying to prevent her rescue. Al-Jazeera issued the following statement in response to the allegations in spite of the fact that the man had a bio listed on their webpage as a content contributor: "This man is not from Al-Jazeera, nor did he work for Al-Jazeera at all, nor is he listed as working for Al-Jazeera either now or in the past, and we do not know him, and all the rumors spread are empty of content and not true at all."



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Josh is an American writer and former USMC machine gunner with eight years of experience in ground combat arms throughout the GWOT. He is currently based in Texas and specializes in combat footage analysis and digital marketing.Follow Josh at OfficialJoshBrooks.com

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Footage recorded from the inside of a helicopter shows the moment 26-year-old Noa Argamani was exfiltrated after a rescue operation conducted by the IDF to save 4 hostages held in the Nuseirat refugee camp. Argamani was being held captive for 8-months in the home of Abdallah Aljamal, a cameraman, editor, and reporter for al-Jazeera's Qatari channel. As expected, al-Jazeera has denied any relationship with the man in-spite of his biography being listed on their webpage as a photojournalist.


Argamani was kidnapped from a music festival during the 10/7 terror attacks, and was famously shown being hauled away on a motorcycle while the man she was with was force-marched away in a different direction.


According to reports, she was found inside of the home of al-Jazeera reporter Abdallah Aljamal, who was killed by IDF forces during the raid against his home while trying to prevent her rescue. Al-Jazeera issued the following statement in response to the allegations in spite of the fact that the man had a bio listed on their webpage as a content contributor: "This man is not from Al-Jazeera, nor did he work for Al-Jazeera at all, nor is he listed as working for Al-Jazeera either now or in the past, and we do not know him, and all the rumors spread are empty of content and not true at all."



About the Author

Author's Photo

Josh Brooks

Josh is an American writer and former USMC machine gunner with eight years of experience in ground combat arms throughout the GWOT. He is currently based in Texas and specializes in combat footage analysis and digital marketing.Follow Josh at OfficialJoshBrooks.com

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