Kan-11 journalist, Katie Dore, reported that the health of the Israelis who returned from Hamas captivity is worse than initially assessed.

Noa Argamani, Almog Meir Jan, Andrei Kozlov, and Shlomi Ziv are suffering from psychological trauma and various health issues.

The former hostages are experiencing problems caused by malnutrition, having been deprived of adequate food for extended periods. They were often kept blindfolded for long durations.

They were frequently moved from place to place, and the conditions of their detention varied depending on their captors at the time. Some locations had "simply terrible" conditions, while others were slightly better.

In her report, Katie Dore noted that those released exhibit symptoms that may indicate the development of Stockholm syndrome, although this diagnosis has not yet been confirmed.