First American Hostage Released Under Cease-Fire Deal Is Relative of Dem Donor Who Bought Hunter Biden’s Art

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The first American released under the ceasefire agreement between Israel and Hamas is the relative of Liz Hirsh Naftali, a major contributor to President Joe Biden’s re-election campaign.

Naftali also made headlines earlier this year after it was revealed she had paid a substantial amount of money to purchase first son Hunter Biden’s artwork, according to Business Insider.

Further, President Biden appointed Naftali to the Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad in July 2022.

Naftali is the great-aunt of 4-year-old Abigail Mor Idan, who was among the 17 hostages released by Hamas on Sunday, CBS News reported.

Idan is a dual U.S. – Israeli citizenship.

Benjamin Weingarten, editor-at-large of Real Clear Investigations, posted on X on Monday, “So you’re telling me that the great-aunt of the youngest American hostage — and first American — to be released by Hamas is a buyer of Hunter Biden’s art, who was then appointed by Joe Biden to the U.S. Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad?”

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