Idan Amedee: "Don't be angry, mom, I'll go back to the front."
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Idan Amedi has been released from Sheba Hospital. He faces a long rehabilitation period.

'Fauda' actor Idan Amedi discharged from hospital

Have you ever been touched by the powerful words of a man who faced adversity with unwavering courage? Idan Amedi, a talented Israeli singer and actor, recently made a statement that came from the heart. He said: “Don’t be angry, Mom, I’m going back to the front.” These words were spoken by a wounded soldier who was determined to return to the front lines.

At a press conference held at Sheba Hospital, Amedi recounted the details of the incident. He described being brought to the hospital burned and covered in soot, with a tag on his hand that read “Unknown, 22 years old. Shrapnel had pierced his throat and narrowly missed his spine. Despite his injuries, Amedi’s spirit remained unbroken. He expressed his desire to return to the front lines and fight for his country again, saying, “I will return to the stage. And if the Almighty wills it, I will fight for our country again. Don’t be angry, mom, this is the most important thing for me”.

Idan Amedi – A Place For Both Of Us | Live Acoustic @ Kinneret | עידן עמדי – מקום לשנינו

2 weeks ago, tragedy struck the Gaza Strip when Idan Amedi was critically wounded. Returning to his unit on the first day of the war, Amedi was caught in the middle of an explosion. He was rushed to Sheba Hospital, where he underwent surgery and was placed in a medically-induced coma. Miraculously, Amedi regained consciousness on January 9. Amedi apologized to the families of his fallen comrades for not being able to keep them safe – Akive Yasinski and Gabriel Blum – Idan Amedi could not hold back tears.

Realism on the screen: “Fauda”

As an actor, Idan Amedi quickly rose to fame with his riveting role as Saga “Jagger” Azoulay in the popular TV series Fauda.
Sagi Tzur in “Fauda”

Idan Amedi quickly rose to fame as an actor for his riveting role as Sagi Tzur in “Fauda,” a Netflix drama about an elite Israeli undercover unit trying to track down a notorious Palestinian terrorist. Amedi joined the series during its second season seven years ago. The series, created by Lior Raz and Avi Issacharoff, delves into the life of a covert Israeli counter-terrorism unit. Amedi played a member of the unit operating in the West Bank.

“Fauda” has received international acclaim for its realistic portrayal of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The show has captivated audiences worldwide with its gripping storytelling, well-developed characters, and nuanced exploration of both sides of the conflict.

Idan Amedi: "Don't be angry, mom, I'll go back to the front."

Idan Amadi, who was seriously injured in the fighting in Gaza, celebrates his birthday and shows a photo of his injury:

“From time to time I have some understanding of the miracle that happened to me, but to be honest, I don’t think I will ever understand it. These are miracles, you have to accept them and, above all, you have to remember that they happened”.

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