Palestinian terror group Hamas released a new video on Sunday showing three hostages held in the Gaza Strip.

The video released showed Noa Argamani, 26, Yossi Sharabi, 53, and Itay Svirsky, 38, identifying themselves and asking the Israeli government to bring them home. They conclude with a message to the Israeli people, claiming, “Your Government is Lying.”

The 37-second clip ended with the teaser, “Tomorrow, we will inform you of their fate.” Argamani and fellow hostages Sharabi and Svirsky were seen for the first time since their abduction on Oct. 7 in the video released by the terror group.

The exact timing of the video’s filming remains unknown. Hamas has previously issued similar videos of hostages it has been holding since the Oct. 7 attack, when thousands of terrorists killed 1,200 across southern Israel and abducted 240 people of all ages.

The terror group stated earlier on Sunday it had lost contact with some hostages as Israeli forces operate in Gaza, noting that Israeli airstrikes might have killed them.

“The fate of many of the enemy’s hostages and detainees has become unknown in recent weeks and the rest are all in the tunnel of the unknown due to the Zionist aggression,” Hamas spokesperson Abu Obeida said in a televised statement. “Most likely, many of them were killed recently; the rest are in great danger every hour, and the enemy’s leadership and army bear full responsibility.”

Obeida also said that Hamas has been told by several parties in the resistance fronts that they will expand their strikes on the Israeli enemy in the coming days.

Israeli officials have chosen not to engage with Hamas’s public messaging regarding the hostages, viewing it as a form of psychological warfare. Israel is aware of the risks to the hostages and is taking precautions to ensure their safety.

The hostage crisis has captured the attention of Israelis, especially after the devastating attack that took place. Relatives of the hostages have called on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to do whatever it takes to secure their release.

In Dec 2023, Netanyahu said he had asked Beijing to help free Argamani, whose mother, Liora, is suffering from a terminal illness. The other hostages, Sharabi and his brother Eli Sharabi, 51, were taken hostage from Kibbutz Be’eri that same day.

Svirsky, on the other hand, was visiting his parents in their Kibbutz Be’eri homes when Hamas terrorists launched their massacre in the community.