Terrorist group Islamic Jihad has released a new video featuring Israelis held in the Gaza Strip, aiming to exert pressure on Israeli leaders and society.

The video highlights Noa Argamani (abducted from a music festival), Itay Swirsky (a Tel Aviv resident kidnapped from Kibbutz Be'eri), and Yosef Sharabi (a Kibbutz Be'eri resident).

In the footage, the captives appeal to the Israeli government, specifically addressing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, urging their return to their families.

In the video credits, Islamic Jihad pledges to "reveal the fate of these hostages" tomorrow.

Israeli media opted not to broadcast this video, aligning with their policy of not disseminating videos of hostages as part of psychological warfare, consistent with previous instances.